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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 3. 1900.


NO. 51.


PENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor.


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u1-r tht tat-itt-. r.- g.-e1 the v.-ill tand
iitiad' tilod e..'i~ viuill with its4 iuodi.-r ini
the' istitbuTui 4 tofthe fwtat. After tl.o
*estAt#e Wa- -. W''iiit p. the mtothsr war-
no-4. aud th., child wap' takon by itai step-
father. wh, iwat, vrv -fond tElf her, nd
cak-d fior h.'ra.. if .h- ~wt-rv his (iwu.
-After h n- d'-arh. the stepbrw ether, whon
was Situ funtd tof this. pretty little girl.
*'art-ilfr and ftrni~hed ber with frvery-
thiiiw he d4-irep~l. 1I.ter rbe' mother
marri. 4 again, aid IP; '-tiar. ftvir the-
dteulh -if he-r first lhu..ljid, the father of
th.- blt., girl,&. iki-brinig, inltu the prro-
toat'-, it1't a -laiyn f'ir to ",at 4 a-1 cl .-.tb-
v..'ht v t. f ,- tie gi-1i

REV. ARTHiUR CRANE'S REPLY

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'i.-Wd. Afile' '. -opi, citie-i 'Ii'.atalalinzx
:ii -rwr v '-rC un'idthat the r.,briebar.' hal
ef~t. al-ei- two lied 1 qilt.= werot- found
ui h..rre theyv hadi camped. -.-veral ar-
n-ittto; hhive 6be-n tmade, but n4 e'videtiee
..uII tw. Ilw lu(,ed that 11the pl~rt les held ar'e

INtp4 With the' Child.
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Go to ~ W. Smith's for
P1.2 to% if the watr ship. -,
S. PalafC)!=. Alpha Piiar-
Mia cy


het ; o-t;'pr.- for" Zam -
m f)Ck'. either fine or cheap.
('a (7 a;t lcc their scck-.


COLONEL BROADWOOD


FOR USURPATION SUFFERS HEAVY LOSS


Roberts Reports His Defeat

at Thahen-Chu.


CU3XRNATORIAL TRIAL ON LOST 350. MEN AND 7 GUNS


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ni..-q rhthat ho %%.ill iintvu varj4'i 'i-niu
P'.- )SO' IltltlOf t114' u.xls:,if thf- in-
dwintieltA 4are returned.
'Fi'e milit~ar'v thi,.. im 'rauiui'.. notifie'd
64--nff Sutcr that 1iw or his deputrie.-
might enter tb4 capital grt~unds. for the-
pmrpuse of serve-i 1.iisexs 4) af &CiVil nit-
ture. but that thoy wonld not W4- per-
Lzntted t t')1.1, (if a criminal n ia-
ture. The l(-.-Mat1 1, e te giml thfey
we?.o seting on norrlemxeand inspected the
sheif jpers to se- if anxy wan~auts 4l
arrest Weru- uutwg 5tlittmnt fiore hip was.
aI![)%ve'l to a utr.
J. L. 3utt.'n of Whitlereviad W. 1L
la~aelip of (irayiuvwms- 11uty. %%hfe are, un-
di-r $1(1.f(hO bolnd wene. rItrivfII ht.rv ti i-
4ay. Their ctwwe. l'l%-4 ils, bfi)r4- t li -granil

ARGUMENTS HAVE BrEGUN.


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o-rt nhue- Ii o..r ehi iefI henit']I'i'i -4and
w*%'itd Ire. Many vi rl.drft wthelriqvrsifte-
artl-r heriot-,will 11-Wit.nudian-otIlx' h1.t.
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FUNERAL HELD UP AT GRAVE.



(;~ n.i~~jt s........kpirdl 2.-Fdav
11 lnoumik4 Pitwknt.4'Sitenioni, eJ4litps-delill
t~ix. ofl i i fmagiiitmit" M~Auldin U1and b--
fore dii, 't )r, "'ui~l reaeb him wits pr4'.
u'utitie''t olai. The' budy w4IA re'iovt-d
tW bii ,houv eIii inthen- a i4 ae'' urv
a.*e-im-bledl.i. Nm.'v.etlth e'mnntih: ..'.i W141 o
t ha piatemoiu t eof thei (to Mt4j.lrI-s iv.l'ri'ri
verdiot of ehath from 'ao'art ticiar, ia.-

aa: ~ uv'.was. dux, th.--xu.mILI-U-r, had
ijixn-i-rmi wiiemi ie.ow 'Ie upp-m..lri daiI
'Inlivno-da j'iiF t ieIt-Thte bi dv wa-
ta!k-ti bsiiiianditi a n-,tuta'whI''Ah -i
tlnirmeofi t-e iit.'Jzio'rn that i h iiai i 41'-

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ARE HELD FOR INFANTICIDE.
l!thr i n (It r.i l;rl|->.irns;;- ( 7...'rgdl
Wllt IIf>IorrIble C rim.
.T i-m.:i, at., Aprnl .-.J 'lhn Iri-k iund
hi. wif.,. A.tnii', have- hi i" pia.'-i" i:l ju.:
hi : charge-il wiih m'l, i r. al rd tLi
da.:i hter, Li tln a I;.' 'k i- i.. tu.: '
l : 'r.-ii- ii n -: 3 uiiil' --. at i,; i f .,;-.i' .
An intaint vwhihi hal It-ciin biru tio Inu, i
ia-. ii.iviing. Th'e mother uild gra- i!-
inith*er tir.-t dt-ni".di there lbeiungany 'lnl 1
i ini, but fital!vy said it haid di.dl. lTt
cor.,n,, r aimi l -4,*nn few **itizn, v w nr t ,
th. Br wxk hh ouse and diomathil to ku,'v
wher.- the- chiil w.i-; urired and' wr- ili
ri-c.t. t-i gr o iito the gardteu. Thliey pr>
,(letd ti the garden and futnind the'-iilld
.tini; I^ i'%I-is under the r inind nl I ;
.i:tall bo-x. Itr was brought t' towpti t:il i111
intuit- t h- '11. Dr. W. B. \Vauglihan i--
s'c .iI th--' hoa.t and f iu iidu tw,, i j .l j-
ri.n in the f ikull n-i::r rth.l l ta- o f tl:i
brain wli'h hul dau-'-dl dt'riussifl.

-"Perrevere and prosper."' If ytI
tr;ak Hood's Sarcsaparilli faithfully
fnr !cro tla. salt rhpteim, ho 1i,. rtip-
-ionis. dys.pfepi:i. it will cure you.


11111 Talks to Stladents.
';ihm Al.,. April t2.-In th ,- s *-,.'ni af
Ali iuldil'i -', of 'tiif'ir-4 aild ii*I"
frie-nis, A.-istuant S*:r-ntary of State Da-
vid .I. Hill dliv-ired the ciitnviiatioMn ad-
ttr.-s. t th io graduitinrg iass of the- IUni-
versity of ('iicuago. Prre sid-nit arl'-r
de.livir,'d hi-. quarhtrly stat*,iueint. tl-U-
int. 'of the $2-A.t0X) which had t6e -i rai-,td
iiu-i Jui. 1. the-re-by fultillhng thoeugree-
il-lit whlic'l he0'iir, t thief univ.-rirtv thc.
'" ,e,0W1) pl -dhged lby .I(ohn D. R.'-k,-fell'r
,oi ,oldilti u th i utiveritv rai-n- al hke
"Ii iouit.
Lairg A.4'rte'i' fC'of (tton.
C'u.I.i.M Ala., April 2.--The- farmer-
i; thlt,s 'oiity ; tpre-pttritii. to plant th*-
larg,'-t otrt ii crop that hIL- l --i plant' I
in manli V,'i'. Thi-v Il-'-ve :*hi lhii~hi
lpitl--, will pr.-vail ns-xt fall aiind t hih
4**m l t .'v O i : plu, i iiriy *v ,;\ ;v-,il i>,'
:141, ifl'" \" lithl* ht' ill 11 1"V iilifa;-
Vtonihll*' r 0* %" '1MWIlTIS. llI at fa ilar'I-
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CHICAGO STRIKERS


WIN THEIR FIGHT


Employers Accede to Demands

of Machinists.

STRIME; AT OTHER PLACES


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Quiz l Work at -t I..eu'. Lo ik ml ail mii.iri.
ajeulk I'votii At 4it43611



Chi'u~ ir1~ zi~z~.~ r ve rk thoti
'I IIL~liiii- I lii. 'I t r i
huht r-rUj iv ii. V -s t I. ti

whox ~V %v, iit t 'i!!hl .I x ri, *r- itid
tl'v r'uiainiwk- ut zxi-c- (..Iit .-run
dur~nuzoi. i-wve.

C'14.- [If iw lutII (*, I l't' t' !I,'4- 1: 1 i~i
wal'tivbInch br i.t- thci ~..i-th.i -LI imui

day witi tI-ti L-iur,. ~

Strik" 'Are %etit ilv.


(Jv' i1.94A%A, Alm.. Apr-il 2 71' at the Divilui azxi Ui, hu., L, .-u..i-sttlel.i-
The River k'alL-.mnll.aI.,e i.% runnling.
Huwvevvr. the otriker. cdid uut wi~n at
*this pltot.. A large fmv f e~' dcueti1cL-.
were secur.,d at Butiting tr-jinth" MaLncr.
t.A1dwell & Fluwetws Lumilwber .inajiny.
which firm haas lu,.-.d ehpwu its milti
.pernaamine ly at lkiling and thewa were'
~Zmirid(town Wthe n-Falls and ntplaitwd
the, ltrikeree.
M1nmci G~o on s0trlkp.

13,000 vuel izaincstur nthe Pittsburg dyu
triect arid t~~ i m th'- Irwiu idistrit up-r
on ot rike. Fit e ia i- .., leIt Ith*e' t reble in
tht' Pittsburg di.trict i. dibsatjsfhe411au
ove-r tOwdent i'rk Nalt.- wirk andt wa.4

Foumr II imviairmt l Mu %trlke.
W.%ri-irtiw-. N. Y .. Apr, .12- A
strike. wat iiambiawur'att-iI utit v&.hi'WI ri of
the2 New Yiork Uxrbral:. ai~xr'thls
zittrnig. F-ur lhtitiolredol lus'art- out.
No) trio-uble- h:'.L-i e'urrt-,i.


Lather Goott t itrik".
CI.:.v I.ai. Apr;1 -l2. --At-t 3I2 laitb
ers al. % .,trurk tkday. Tht'y hn la twwni
getrini 'Zg I,. i-rit a viard fr i'r<-' ,,ritk
aud i$..-J a day. 'Thy *i..:'anl :3 ut-
a yard a!nd i a lH y.

( arpenters on riko .
IND)IAN"' .i.I-, April ?'.-Ma:uy uni,,:l
carpe-nt'r' tof the iity bave uiit work.
They dtlemandi ant incretsef of wagi.
which tlh. ,.ntrwit u'r -..ay they canuct
graut.
trlke In St. Louis.
Sr. IoAvis, April "'.-T-s th,,uisanl
painte-r' IllLI ..*io *,;irp-inte-r-, :;n St
Lou si antid K..t St. L,,ui- h.a'v strum k for
high' r va age-.
lVlhiier% ion Ntrilpke.
( pltiuib'i-r' t-, thet nniilmeir nf al.,ut :it
went 'n tikstr inl thi 4-i rv st lhy fer
higher vwages.

1)) n t fail to r-adi t'h- a 1% ertijp-
n ent oli TErTiitI A In tt. i p 'i- per.

6"NQUET TO LUKE WRIGHT.


IoI~pisojf immmnieel"14er IeI~n atr-rt..lutro

M ..I iifI-,' .Apr.il '2. 4 't1tl li ki
Wright Lm,'.r -turrin-o fr-,iiaa 4.'iehtiugou..
wh.-re. lie.uawtl his ssae u the MAI'
llopi"ne v', pinll ...i~i~l CIhlta it i ahail emfer.
en...'wwth P1'zti-e.,io .'tM'-Kitx1t-v tend e'
rert4wr' RMoott iltho' 4uhijet act ofthe-ir Ois-
o-00tion millthe- ane-thitid'4 .Nt .'&L-ulated top
niake it I'l.4t-.6.!,&f ul too the highest degrime.
The t.-wtimuioil latillt let 140 o e
Wrightginven toy irlx.frienidi artuf;u th
bu.'eihle-s-iand I jrqptes-'..1 pinah nlertj M=
phis %vu.4e spread toezzltghlat the Pro-
tos~-hedtl.Ainin eicthe- ttjsinbgujghvid
ouit-o4tt~oewigues'tt~.%we're- 4 ,aci ur 3LfMe--
Millenti sf '.: ie eeaund ec cro tJe if
of Ark~iim'.a'*.

Whe'n Yon-~ Joirits are Stiff fo ii opur
Tmie ..IT 0 I. It .111 v -j~..0e' 1, e6 i
ti-ill. alo-im i i .'i ,ip owl -:irkimj a
joiiit. -tr.ti i a I'etU side oein iruiad.
yacuarsIlf. IPAIN KItLLER Will 3ik-'
4o~tlit i .4t mit,#- !j(1ti xfI ywi 41righto? it
A:j ~ ifIII :Alw~tv. h4,svit mlw'*tmyoiim.
nudi-o- it fre-Pl%'. Avt~ift ul,.imie
t', o-rc- j- hlt oo- 'mmti IIre-. Petry


Dc'i'h.4 v atr ,--ith 'it lid '.- w l
-lit]. W-s- 10,'iI'iell-E Ii 'ii har
.iik orkI !o. friolm -.1i ll 7.' t. J .11 i

kcic- 'w.illm eij-r i I'm,.J'' -W?
v'll f 01ml ;I 'II ''I (.III 5 v
ih iaiia e -' f ti( i g -! -tr- t ; :-- .. PU t i


firn Pit iiof pAteI 'nk
awn (f ints, .1Vl; 0(1,f~ /
M *rston I- Finc .J


DURHAM Cigars have
:no equal. For sale at
iD'Alemberte's.


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MAY BE INDICTED


Charges Are Placcd Before

the Grand Jury.


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9 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 3,1900.


SPANISH I I LCAIM S.


United States to Pay Losses of

American Citizens.


FOI IIAMU.1GITTO( IANI'C'P;:IITI


Aeiire. Debtsf Ineurrld by Spain.
(.el reaoty to i'nlllen I'oe-Waitilmi
Fo'r ltor'* sipch-I-b-ocmmemleace
of l.itr vi Mamil.
W.#l::''TO.N. AplrI -iS'It-;al. -R
T i. el; ': -: ll. %y of tIh 1'1it'J ;.r s iil
4 ;ill l 1 i h la ; i -a id i:.e ,.-: relori<.< fr,:I; tb I ,iliibit l ,'4 ", '.:1!
S !aillavim :1i l' I id l- eI i'l ) to s:l s 1 4 !li 'i t'
W it Ihout o;,i0 .-it.',,l. '1 'is Iill p i",\ '
fi r lt 'v I il li, t I < l;iali's o"i .\ii''i>';-i< n
(itizenl f1or dli: ':i ;. to :' -.l'er i:i
<'cl'a i\':!h- SpAin held tih' \ Tereiit~n
f th!ai i-lauit. i'. ,' <-.luail i t. is i- irue.
are ilro ,id 41d for il i e trt' i t of lbi't'0
Iegeti. o-itl ait I'ur.- T : I tel. States
agcre l telo ;ssi:l;- :ill ili :I < clailis of
A mio ri an -*ti.rii -, 11 I Spa;in ;i.si!ii'il
:hIe c'L.i.is of lh'r c'ihize -. It is .s;iid
thr claims of Ai;i, rican i iIt I;'..i ara.oit;i
to alitl: *T.il .i e i "Tli a11r,' lt
conly for ll loli of bp!.>Ti. lnit linjilst

psa.n :nh!eI>-el uloi til,' .\iie.l elis. It
iA 4t ;', ful A l<'tiir" i l ,- .\iiii- : -iti
24l0t i tliiu lt i hi\ ;:g 1 ai11 ythli '
like tIh f:ll "I iii ::i l I ll t i it li Il'
frtel:i ,"e A,,l. ;i jl 1 hl:o .,. i ,:i\ e, lil l.is
art' no dti li, v111 i i,;I i-,-I< iiiat tli t1
I nlo 1 ST t. e aI'il i. ,.',:. I r'c.ill
li t" I..' ; i.;.i t l I, ltt X'n u I :. 11: l
Vhai lbh,.\n up t illl litil %\I .il: ilili
qjutlin hi:illl< d l,'i.i ti ,l for V' it iti
IiSaiLu 1a lliai l .r of ;::o-i;iln ill \V;i>]i
ijUgutOi l ilotu;l i III I .-. I:Iili i; <-!.;1 ;111> o f
Amt a lais io i a eiar It u:i- lpro'Io-el oI
Ias-s aI r.-olutilioii l i i liir :!..I tlli y
lhe" jiaild ; u: o 'e i if .] iil.i e iititurrtd'
to stln l v i-.1I ; .- lto s te ize ll:I \:lii11i.
'This I. ii;' \,..- lteoo l' 0\X l tlil IhI
A Lit :; '. Il. e -il... "' ie l;'t- ll '!t ofe
tIbl' "- ti. -lli; l l n It i i t'ttd Sl;it4. to-
ye'lher %' ilLth l h" **I'i .i i.--i l p.eiiel l")I
iLl i 'h.l inite i1lli !<'.iI-> :i tgel1,n-lony, .
4*U tI e i.irl h li' tth \:, t' le'l'r 't lot UI-
kl nv'ii illlt li g 11all us.
U l h-r.- Is. linear's Np'lp-erlta
lhll 1 inl It.i e-- l.:i '\ ci l I e l ire't lh
4 "Lri-t:i.;i h lio li' s.a \ \\<.re .ill ;i\le ii
to undlti' d-1.111i ti i eliilir lel ir ill-
lte 'u d to Iniaike. lhI ,'flot oit ll i- lift' ini
a si'eet-h upo1Inu ithl' h'lilippiu,'i.s. W\'c all
understood that hie was [ii -liaring it.
and I atil (-loidtliet from ir'eiiarks that.i
I hIave liard r'l.;itllii to thil wori-ik tilh
ewiator wHas dolug1 th;llt a gri-;lit deal ,of
the se'.-e c -i w '. irai re.-l. Ilietough it is
liiot %(t oI. iipthhd. T.I;- \\lh it hias
lever tIs-',ii dli\ r.,'le d i- ii.i ,t O(f (tIn'rsm' e# all lti\\ thi lti hMa:>s.;
t hu tt'n 'iiolu t ;;;:i\<- ;i a ll :iiT ,t,.-l ,of
-' hU 'it l 1.4'itl gl;e' I I ;1 ll 'e-l;i ei1,0 1 0I1'I
lttel tioll to$ Ihe i eli inu l'<1 fo0;'r, lh l iiiiiien -. n |i r il Ih **,-
tllgls I e1 1, \l, I, -.i*e.lilii tle **,i li, of,
'.n viit 'lir, I \I, fit.il!:i I n- i l-e,
irul- I ll.:: l lli i :1 ; !, 1' I 1 l '.-t'id hI
large -Larte 1' 1t ii it t I l II;i. li t li,
ati lie*' ,I:|r tih, llo, !" >. tll;l t fl' illl t!ih
al t. wl:l it"- l l l lie Iti I I I0e :Illeo11 ;111
Dniot *iI of i; :i. '. tee eI,.l ,.i- lh:; i 1fiii. i
(elive rlin ; hi ,,'.'e, i if li, is ;iei tlit

tiinei w hli n tIll' I'lill I ii ,ie-* tioii
'-as inl r'-r a >ii-.,l '!:i ,le h l e il ii:ilt'd
that :;i s-ot'I; ltiie.i 1,itl I nll.' i
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lltt of s tl:' I* : 1.] le i te ( )I e t' o iii


life III M::nlln.
A ll i li l I : 1, ,, i r I -- > i-". -
e*]< fr<':: t ,, 1' v ., of :i l :!: i.i i'i'. I Nr of.
liigh ruiril, t'i I'tI, I!. l'li- T i h l.i 1
to at M :a' hI :i2 ; *'.iX :1 : Il3 Oie
< l int t < f l .':.: <*l'* 1i ''* r : *: I!,','s Il'. 'fr .
lhe Shi. -
"'1 l 'l0' t ei .' ':'. :ll \X ,'l1 :is : ill I '
and i\ l;y' .Il. ,,1 -.. ti:i! t1ile's e":.e- ofl
l.tll:; 'll \'. I l..; ,. :o I 1 l.an'ii lre l, .
gt'< l 1' :1hi : :i',l ee0ee I. i. \c X li, I i<
,fpoibl' i I 'IICh i 1 i li. ee 0 "ti. tl 11:1
tlive* ails a ;i Ii' i '.n- n. il i c lot o, f p< i
,Ile. :i;i'l It I e e i ..... **- .. 1 i 'i' i
:the ; '. !, .. i; : .* l ,. t !' r

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ia and : d. i Il .1 e ee,., i* l'; ite.
"T hie' '.i li i li:i i''Ili e* i Cie'l 10 O'cl'Nt : o- I ..11 u I .1:1i e eit :i lit
lie lately.
**Evtrt bodl.v ,:i- -l .-sort ,f :ai trapI
befit. I li \te a il'-s:i" and :i i'ilipiiil,

Five Thousand Rolls
O4f v all Paper in -tock. all of thela-
tet patatt-ris. nld illoire cominlir.
Prices from .- to< $1.7.5 p-r ioll. J. E.
losi & Co. No. il N. Pa lafox.
Phone S2. -4f -tf





Pr ppermint Cream Wafers. an iaf-
ter dmiitir dAiu'v. A-k your dealer


boy who sits behind as a driver. One
has to It (-careful how one steps into
it. for the elianc-s arte the horse will
go uip aml y'iu t down like a seesaw.
lithe liors.s-' art so small.
*'N liothli. is c i .b'1 li're, ;iny monure.
which is :ill dlue' to tlin ge-,ernti- inetih-
ls o4f the Ametlricans. Wi\'e, wuld ruin
a sllhlinx. I leli'Vt.. W h rti e tlie lieo'i-
Iole foriierily worked for .[4 "'l-x' ;a
ilontli fl'y vwant $14. anli you have to
k-'|> ;i sriall ilrniy iof flie'li to ilo t he
work. 'They think w-i air iiade- of
wony." AnTlil-It V. lt'NN.
Mascullne Intuitloa.
She-There is one thing more I must
know. Mr. Ilankinson, before I can an-
swer your question. Are you in favor
of granting to woman her natural andl
Inalienable right to vote. or do you be-
lieve In still grinding lher under the
heel of inascullne tyranny?
He- \Well. DIorothy, dear. I don't
know. of cot:rse. how you feel about it.
but I hav. always beea In favor of
woman suffrage.
She-Then. George, I am yours.-Chl-
caro Tribune.
Eugene J. Hall. the poet and put-
llisher, says that one dce of Folev's
Honey and Tar restored his voice
when hoarseness threatened to pre-
vent his lecture at Central Music
Hall, Chicago. Nothing else as
rood.-W. A. D'Alemberte.


A CALL

For IDe iil'ratic Prtinaries and Con-
vention.
Ie-olved, That a convention of t Ii etin-
'crtntic paI ty of Escanbia county ball lot-
tield l at owelton at I: o'clocK noon on the
4tIh lay of April. li.i. lor the purpose ot
-l-*. clltig tWtlve (1' l peorsoni toe represent
h-.cmlnli county lttilt- District Ct('lnvein-
tlonl to noitiite aci candidate for ('ollgr,-"
and for the purpose of ,s-lecting twelve ,l-
ptersons to represent Ewscambtl county lit
tli e Itate Convention at sucti tille and
piaceta- liiay Lbe tixed by t liher tate and Con-
gre-.ioonal iemil('ocratic I oniilititeus and for
: ihe purpose of selecting a County Execiu-
tivte c iiiiittee to hold until their Sltit-t-
torls -lilIll be st'leCted in l'il.2.
'1 h: precticts areas and shall be- 3ntit led to
!be followitig repr'l-nttatioii at -aid ioui.-
I tCollnventllio :
.so. 1. Nix's I
No. 2, Kupfrlan'.
No. 3. Mill3view X v'
No. 4. Ferry Pass .
No. .i. Hurst's
No. e,. Powelton
No.7, Pine Hiarreu .
No. ,. (CraIet reeC
No.e. Iluff tTprincs '
No. 1le. Ward & Hollat'- 1
1e. 1i, Wallut Hill .
No. i lP.ntI-tli'cela 1t1_
Noe. 1:l. VP '.-t t'a In 4 :
No. 14, 'PenEclil ..
.so. l. 'eniiacola C' -
No. i. 'l ville 1
No. 17. 1 r. -nt' l:r n
No. IS, Ml'lfvId 1
No. 1. M'. olino 1
Noe e-c tIlo iilttton .
for tlie purpose ot selecting a id egiatet troln
t hlie eve'ial prtcinet ta tbov-e S.et forth aiid
for tht- purpose ofit entoin ating two Ianaili-
datesf'or nl'i Hkotii-oft Re-inrsent31i *e'-., Itor
*lie ptrp'-e ofl notaiiniitin ia 'nlaid(lliatie for
-herinnff. a candidate for tCleik oel Circuiit
(Court. it ca idllatte for itx C(oclileclor. ctn-
didate for 'lax As.e-isor. a candid(alt' or
I'rl-a-ur'r. a c didatel f(or Ilounty Judge. n
caidildate for superintendent of public Iii-
t. Iuctl Iila a tiditidlte for tCouin y uri rvt-'or.
a cut'li dlLtt foar t'lerk oif C criminal C'ourt, a
ca:tndlnitef or Justiceof Pe-ace and aCon-
,tii l leoar -econao I trist.tn candidate for
.Iu-tI:t If Pei'cef lor tilli Jtliust l. fcan-
lidilate- for ttiree nllelnber hof county School
Kouarl, pHiRinry election of the lemo-
cratic oellte-i of -c.>'arnhlli county shall ibe
lioilden tetwil-n li iie hour ot W ia. ni. anti
'..' ). In oIii l'tu e-slty. tlhe l~lii dl( y ofI April.
oIt n. tli for t li pI)e rpoel) of contiu 'ct ii ltir
l.,ei 'li-In thn to lowi in itspecti antd clerk'
ol Ct-ctilli ;:tr*- Liert-ey i-tie-cted t tl Il ap-
PI lCci 3ct No.e l--('ha". Aridlr re-.-, Nt-i! V I. Hiel, linetpcs'lorg; .c: Arcrilt Jk i.;olim.
li" eein-l% Ne. '2 A.hi 1 riv.-y. Loul'aniiilels,
v*It k.
Prncinitl No. ::-Franik Mlut*7. Ii. P. Wil-
liani-,Jolii '.VJ. 1, C jh.t'tlOi ; hle. Ile. oiigl',
cl,,rk.
lI' Clinct No. 4-W- 1. I Ici'aW. \'. I,. Neo-
lne e '. cjoi.7.ile z. ili.ptet'oie : \ A. 'lIIp-
e!n. cterk.
PI'-rcilict No .5-(iO. II. alltis. l"jln Hiy-
aiilt. A.J. I;ul-,.t. iii' ct'tor- : Loui- Frate r.
l'rricneCt No e-ta-i W. <'. i:nin. W. M. Mc-
\ o W Illn. Hl t-idt-'r-on. iip-cir-:l, l-..Je- -
11, l-'. clerk
'i.lt-i.t icNo. 7-B. A. LildI W Ti'k r.
J. M E:nlt'i knk i, lie'ctort i \- '. \\'. I s ewt--
il!g. cIrrk.
S'i>'-lr \u. -A.T Fililimiitnm.i. P. HBow-
man, H. .'ralt.tite, i ,itp o.'iu-- l';iyor
< rabt nr,. elrl>r.
lr.-c 'l it' ) .t --i.. I t. Sroel..r. .1 ('. ( -
art. t4 W Tttylor. r i hi-peIetol.r-; I iill: -,
clc'f k.
I'rvr'i: 't No. lio-('C .1. r, I..le .in Wtole-,
Mnan, F. Rughby. i.nspctcor-: IL. H. Br3att'.
cl rk.
Sir.tnet No. 11-.I.1.. Lee, .I I Mimnlln'.
'Clerii-li Halll, insplt'tor' : J. .t. "-ite ardj
c'l. IK.
Pit-'inct No. ;',-W. F. Let-, I. I'. Re.-. -
W 1.1 Illeily. inspet-ior-: J.1 (Sitolerte' t' rk..
Prcit.n-ict No. ) ;--I.4.A l- -ii F. IIt. toeiiil.
W I1. h. .cl 'l d. ii-lpet'tor-: F'. aiirna,
e*lrk.
'i-ei'ilic't Ne It- ntihony HIiTr:. A. S. (li-
v-r. L. %\ Wli 111n1 iIiM)ector.: Johln A.
le-rritt.clei k.
P'lr,'illt No. !'-.Inme It 'lkintW teo SM.
H llt ililrik. '. M Co'-tolni. Inl p tclt 'rs-; .. 'i.
h iiltaii.. clerk.
i'i,-'iiirt No. l';-W I:. 1It:ll ri L. uke
I l .i. e- I r.. t1 I. I. % ill:am". iiC-I' ctor-; .1
1. litul-lli cl er.l.ik.
V'reiti-ict No. 17-A. (i. Ciloptln. W \.
K utl".ili, loi1eige Holt. Iiiitpie"ti Io-: wii.
la>itrty, chlrk.
I'r en'lii No 1s-L. tPrtwltoii. ). I'. %,'-
1ei v Id M( ei tilngge-t.ll, InSlP-ctoro : J. f:.
i 'a lit:in. cl-i k.
I'ie.'li t 1t % it- .I. H. (;rit m lir. "W A. M il-
Itr, .\. J. -',i li' l li p iispecttr.-; 3' 1 'utWod.,
'rt n t-i-t l ,. -W I!. M to. Win. M.,
I'ut h- I I. w(n i e .'Ili e k.
I '** < t liin lit ,e' h ['tl e 1 ': -t C'11 !,- li
It lelln w e,' |i';lne'. re-Ieee 'l ,\el .
N\ '. .- .' li, lltiou-,.
No -I elc t n I ni k.
NS 4 '. ,- t, 1 I'.k
N o. H,. 'fio | toi ]i-, .
No, .--l;.'e f M itrk ,i.
No "-.--I -.iei l ICII, is tIact--- iK)i : ',
Neo C.---"dt in,'.I l i.- .
N, o I "e'l,,ee i l :tor:e \' i t'i, l e ,.
N o e .' --1 oel liltein lt. ie iiitiel : tilia/.
r .; I loruln-lt t cllnti r e'alc ufo\ Il; .lt 1r i "e .

N o, : i rt' n r I; t' ;i i in l ''r t ifia\
N. t i --I isiot h ier il w e-.l'ei.
.i "ei --l- lO'fl- f r h" l *ill.l l' >l .I. e i.
N C .e', -->,i" c,0ll'. fhrel ll H l e to. uir .
t ,' l' h'l-. I tel4 -Ie i 1 -ie r te- e r le-
.t|!e l r"el tI l i' leltilf voeie
.\l i el',- lh e -I|ie 'tBI-ee i-'ailv X ,'] e\ 11 nitl. i ; HI e e oq t hi Ce l. ] nI ii rI re l "..
o. niitine-tl .11 e.tiitptr 4-'.ei wtie e t \- plete
lti -irn tp llt te\.- ter tIe,- ,vttr lstis ;tiet I I.'.
illd e lie h A 11, (>l.-drn, tlne lfl\i'.i'- tho luplpo (
bht- il1ti<' i1,-'- let 'IcI1d pl'ilnilr> e ef 't Itihi anel
-etiel i'ol I eti-i liosr -hbali lee e'tntitle'td und ait-
c-ordially iti-nt -'d te partiaicpat in 'a l r -
lnrlian o t' nlll atinl .t"ald prin iary eimry eli
I.niil be theld ini ill wa .s undTr lbh. ruit's
Slind itguill'tolis a "e-t forlh in hsad cbitp:t-r
"it'o. aid thi2 calhilnlct or -hall In-et at tih-
*>il- tlel the countyy Jutlertu in lthe oitv of
Peeis0 iuta t ao)'lt'ck p. m..on the ;L'Iti 'lay
of A&p iM01, at whirti time anrd pia tin-\
will e.-i'itc- r-'urili, t'iuI-iasS the 'ttnic
ned auBourice lth ic.ull eif "sad priintIry
el*ctilon,. anal theI 21p-1Ocstore\ ahoye itniel
will lave thei and there tin- rt -Lirns of stitd


el-CllOtl.
Tl'ie- hillo' to 1'. ised 'li"ll he p united on
*n 1 t- ?,lpar-'. 0ilid -lill hat\e no dib-
tinguishbing alnk-.


DAN M I hI'H .


C. P'A Nk H 1.IIL.
Chn e: it ft .3


Loaugity of Whale..
Some light was thrown upotin tlie sub-
ject of the vitality of whales by tindling
one of these animals in tBering s'a in
IS,' with a "toggle" LIrpon.i 'i.d in
Its body hearing : the illrk of thie Amer-
ican whaler Moutezuin:i. T"!ait yes)sel
was engaigedl in whaliaing in I. :ig sa
albsut ten years, but not l:il-r iThan
1S54. She' was afterwardd solii to the
government and was suink il l'liarles-
ton harbor during the civil war to serve
as an obstruction. lt-nce it is estimat-
ed the whale must have carried the
harpoon not less than 3<; y1ars.
In connection with this fact Willianii
II. Dall gives an account in The Na-
tional Geographic Magazine of a dis-
cussion with Captain E. I'. Ierendeen
of the United States National museum
of cases of whales that have been sup-
posed to have inade their way from
Greenland waters to Bering strait and
to have been Identifiled by the harpoons
they carried. While it is very likely
that the whale really makes the pas-
sage an uncertainty must always he
allowed, for ships were often chang-
In n ownershin nnd their tools were


I hereby announce miys-lf a a candidate
for epit-lselntative of Escalihia countIy.
Florida, in the legislature, Sil jiect to tht
demociatic primaries.
('. MoENo J,.NIFS.

For epresp-niative.
I liereby announce myself a- ia candidate
for Representativeof Escamt)ia County in
the Legislature, subject to the lerilticuutlc
tf ri nkitr ,-..
J. l- Ml i r .l.i-F..

For herefl'
I hereby announce myself a- a candidate
for Sheriff ofe icambla County. a id re-
spectfully as-k the support of lily ftieli(S
and voters of the county. If elected I will
discharge the duties of said otice etticiently,
fairly and impartially.
W. H. H uTciiINsoN.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election to the office of shetTi' l of ;-
enminbia county. Florida. and olieiti the sut-
f.iges and interest of all my friends.
tizo Ha a M. ,l I I ri.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
sheriff of Escambia county at the ensuing
election. J. C. VANPEt.T.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election as clerk of the circuit court
of Escambia county at the ensuing election
and ask the support of the voters.
A. M. MCMILLAN.
For Circuit Cle-k.
I announce nyv candidacy for Clerk of Ilie
Circuit Court of Escambia county. subject
Lo the action of the ensuing lDemocratic
primaries. K. E. L. DANIM I..
For Circuit Cl-rk./
To tile Voters of Escambia County:
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the office of clerk of the circuit court of
EKcatmbia county and will be pleased to
have the support of my friends and tile
voters generally. JiOlN lE I.A lt'A.
For Tax Collecior.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election as Tax Collector of Ecaiin-
lbla county, and iask the support of illy
friends and voters generally.
A. H. I'ALEMI:t.RTE.
'ir Tax Collector.
Tioe iimany friendtof.Judgte '. B. Honifay
having obtained his consent hereby an-
nounice him as a alndidiate for Tax l'lltetor
oft 1Ecttinbia county at the ensullinl l r.tet ion
MANY \ *I>l t!
For Tax Asseua(,r.
I hierehiy fannliounllCe miy Vifr a- a citidlillHat
for T,4x Aisessor of i-.iaintelia curIt y, uh-
jc'(t to ti e ict ion f tlIlt li. iiocrati ieprri 1!-
i e'i. It elected I ex per I to n11le t t Il :ipprl-
hitlein iof thet tax iay-rs .'il il, i) l d iitN
duty in every detail as I ill \\he-ii I lii;4
llih office before.
li ie. REF-I .

For County Treauttrer.
I annoullie i i myself it r a 4ili.lt1 ill:t fro
Itwe tlli'e, of Countv ''Trelt'lurer. -ill,:ect t
thIn lictitin of the democratic prillnir.. 11111
a-k thie -uiport of ny frietiid.
W ILI.1 AM E. AN I lt-,-'v.
For County Treasurer.
I hler'VI tVannounce iyelf its a 'ir.didaiitt
for retin i liat ion an tri-i-ilrer of E-'anilthini
county. -uliet to a decision at tlhe tensluliii
democratic primary election. iiid r-,eisp fully solicit the support of the voters of tlil
con(,nilt, plIedgiii n ig-y.-lf for th]e future' tlih
.ninie faitliful performinince of duty tlit! I
hiuve eiidelvoriled to fulfill during mI p'i'l-
1.enure. of tlIe tIllice. J N l''A MIALi.
For Justice of the Peace.
I tire'tFy allil'ioutice t y l lcaididtt'% feef r' -
elec 1 lo i to tll office of, i J1 ist i of I I 'e .-
for tihe Secoiol lli~tnrct. sut, vrc to t -lie c-
tl20 i of til lo 111 1alI illg pi in tie-.
iol' l KIN J"N I>-.
For lnstt'ce of the Peace.,
At thle ug,'-Qtion of nuinerotns f-loln'ls. i
hre-by F inounc1 mIy carn'!:dacy l or .1 iiatlct.-
,f thi Peae- of -ecotil district. suhl ct. to
the' itct ion of it'lite io1iniiitina L prilk, ii101,'.
.IA1I.K- 1t. LAN' l)K I M.


Fow' ir !iotnIl Uiperin ci'lfnr.
I nin a candidltte for c'Ouintly "ilpi !nt.-ni
t lnitlof plbhlic lll'tilt't;ii su. ij-'e? to lith,
,-mIn-eratic oritninrir-s. I resile-'c fully -o-
!i'lt l th- ifTra e : oef tile 'Escnstiili coullliiy
\ ltesIe for tint' atteei\ -naiiiid poi-tion.
JIAMFu S 1. I'A i F.
l-'er i'it- I Stlis riit mell 'iI.
I'i til \ Otter.- ef E nmi'tli i aii I'iIn v :
I Ih rel\ itlIliiU llt' iy -If ;-At a i r'lili at"'' fei
l nilet0inniei" leh i.t l'if tilll' 1ln trilctlleii fiit
I.- .1liili l .illoin lt it: l i-1 k 1 ht lpiptJ r; ef >.I
fi i,-il ailid Vo it'e .ie'i,- il..
.1. B "M.o.

I or Stfp i linitinl inll I lubliec Ini-
itIrilt i4ioli.
To tihe V'oters, of F.-caiamifi I'lllntl: I
'i'-r.4hv mntiitIi:i i.i' tiyv-,-f a caitiditar, fe r r.-
-.i.0e"lon to ti e lh, i-'el f ot'of ,unty sIiip ; riintt*in-
Ili t to pil I' i nstr rurtie i aind c ill h'.
pieite dti tio hiuv' tih -ilnptart (if tiy frinrils
.'r clt prt:iitr. *elct' ii( l N. It. o'a .K.
l'ur me clie-ur s e t-Oiia l 4artl.
By the rett.ie-st otf friend.< I hlre-hy an-
noune o iry tund-ilacy for nieinber of I,-.*
ilinhilma 'unuiv McShool Board for Northern
I irli dditrict. uhbject %o the action ol
it ue!intocratic primary.
A.r'. RRWWTON. .TR.
lor 31-miiltlr twchi>l Boardl.
Yi-ldinc to th-. urgent request of friends.
I have dt-cldei'd to aain hi-rome a candidate
for eiimernh-rtf the school board of Escarmbla
county. -ub.i-et to tne action of the delmo-
r'etrat, primrnii-'. K.. rWA~it i
For Member bchnel Board.
The friends of M R. J. A.8TSWARD of Wal-
nut Hill. having ng d his content,
helreby nnlounce hls i idacv for mem-
herof the Escambia al y school Koard
for thei not thetrn tlitt uhject to the ac.
tion of tihe denimorratlc primaries.
Fo-r Tax Ais-aior.
The candidacy of William W. Richards Is
hei-i'ly onnoun *Pd for re-flection as tax as-.
et.esior for -Esc ambia countlv

FOREIGN FACTS.

The average progress on the Simplon
tunnel is 1; feet a day.
The government of New Zealand pro,-
Tide.s work for all applicants at thi- rtite
of $2 a day.
Berlin has 70 public nmonumcntts. a lar-
CT-r nunlb'r in j>ro,,qrtiin to thl .-iz. of
the city than that of any other Europe,;an
capital.
British and Swi9.s 91 - have mnde an arriantleintnt iy t ulrhl
money can be transuiti.-d Iby t#.leIzra.i>j
between the two coutntriies.
The Sw'iety Fir Ethical Culture at a
recen4-t iii-eting in Munich discussed a
plan foer the establishment of public libra-
ries and reading rooms fashioned after
American models.
Heart to Heart Conldenes.
Pertle Goodwin-Don't tell anybody,
for the world! See this ring? Art
Smasher slipped It on my finger last
night
Meena Zevver-Yes. It's nice looking.
but it will make a black circle around
your Onger before you've worn It a
week. It did on mine.-Chicago Trib-
une.


Call for Mate Convention.
Call for a Stlate Dienecratic convention to
beliheId at Jacksotiville. FItia.. Tue"dty. .1 uie
IV. ism':
T'he deit"eratic party of thi-stnte of Fl-'or-
ida will hlild a atatei 'nlt'inon at .Jackson-
viiIe oil '1 I u.dlay. .11 n 1t, at 1-' noon, for the
following pu rpo'.le :
'io lhr-,os (d-lliZitt,- tO, reprv'.-lt the state
in the nlititltlal dinoli-ail ic convention. ti'
be held at Kan-its t'ny. Mo.. .uIlv i. 1141; to
ninlinatiit caiidlillates for ilt' ohett'ies of tiov-
ernor, ne oiu .Iutile of th ruipreile( t.ou rt.
a fle'r'tary ot SlHte. Attorniey-(eneral.
S'oniptrolltr. Treasiirer. Superintende-ntof
Public lislti te.'olliii-.ionr of Agri-
tulture., a Itailioitl Conilnii.sioner lfor ilie
torni of four years, four 'residential Elect-
ors and four alternriati toi le voted for Ht
the nExt regular s'tite election., Hli to
trans t't -lch other ini-iui-'es as iimay conime
before tlile convention.
Tihe iliffTrent ciunlliti inll tlhe state will
fernld l-le aegt- to li conventillon upon the
following i )n is of replr--litlllttillun: Dine del-
i'gate fi.r icl 0i on,'e huiinl edl votes cat' t for
lli caltl'lidile onl ti rate ticket y lho re-
ceived the highest nuthber of Vote lit tlh'
gr.ieerlil ti, unll of l1'.;. anld oile adolitional
vote for their fraction in excess thereof.
whIen it lillouint 1o lifty or lnore. The
commlliittee tits lll-o allowed 'nillilltional rep-
ret'.litation while thie voilt waI llicreis-ed
at thli election of iw.ei in any coulity for
iatle olllvers. I'he cullitit-sUs uinidr this- rule
will it. iititlhd- to n'prf-e'ilntin ull fol-
lo s:


Alach ui
Bradford
Rtaker
tIrevard
Cialhtiouii
Clay
Columbia
lDade
I icoto
Duual
EcaIllbin
'raiiklin
(adsJe. ii
Hamiltein
aI-rnando
I illbboro
Holm,.,
lacksion
t-ff erOon
iafav et tt-
I ukey
Lee .


.oill

Manat ee
adinll
Monfroa
N'asal
I >c'ti0 -a


S't. Jollls
Putnamin
Man ta Itosi
MuillWil
Illy lor
WVakulla
V%'li Ito II
W -IIfig lEt n1 I [Ii


'lThe counties will -elect the-ir deltgateii in
any nllitielr which Imy beh a ilelere-d o-iet
hv lil*. llll it, it'ting tir ,ughi the- party tl r-
gali ztlitIlli iit re',io i tlzeit(l y l ith l-t stalt.
.milv'ni ion. All d,,iiio-rnt( lir- iiiitpcd to
ptirl I' nipt iln hi I l 'lctionl of delegates
Slihtel-'t irielilliiing t lio-. wlio ihave h(.collme
qI i tttlll lti toe \ lit- iln'v I f i lti- t ,election.
Thi 11:11 it ill-ol ii fI-vli ,lir fv or eac 1h ro l li-
ly ro 1n\ ,,ill iol ,I-ld f i thIli-, purpos- of fle.-
i.lia{ .llv-: l to lli, slat, conrivo ntlo n are
li,'-l.- t o i ... l i(l t Op H oil. W .\ R, IAwl-.
e'l itrlIIIIIII in. l, lllnlln" e. h ., : 1 w ritll- i 1 t
printlitel "I,y (,f tli. prl*ceedtin s of urli'
l-ill y t ,o'Clhl"litlii. to( lt 'ile-r wilh li Ill't of
tl illt l ll of- lf t ei' C ill il V o l- tVlClltlV- c lnlni t-
%'-I. il l I: hI 1'h .1 ,si i i Ill,(e dt-'i II t, A| til-
.!.;i l '-ii .l seer' la" of -ttti.ich -lliInriiit e-,.
A. rRA\ I., .
.1, ( i C l::ir lmin.


E; ERY DROP


4If mledliciethOtlat geoe-'. iii

pt-ri s-ct y pure. Pu:re dr(liU -51114inl a

11 ~ ~ Y l'ii'.' u W.3 lit tiehe b?-. Lo.t



Palhitlex t I# tet. l'Lilill-3,011l.


THE


for Infants and Children.

Castoria is a harmless substitute for Ca %tor Oil. P.ir.
goric, Drops and .oothinu Syrups. IL i PI'l.uait. I*
contains neither Opium, forphil e nor other Nrv.,t-,
substance. It destroys Worms and allays Feveri-hii ,...
It cures Diarrhl'a and Wind Colic. It relieve,. Tet I, -
ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulats. .
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy an l natural >irh. ..
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's1 Friend.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of


ANDI)--



General Contractor


lBuiildiing. K, i :^ iri; ,, iltel an l i( rat S. ttii.l. |'lii!iGtri *e-' i :
ati;d Iti.s F'itting.

A Complete Plumbing Department under tl.

Management of E. B. Morey.

jir A rti-ti I)'-i ill A, Ei tilaite". Plani- ,iland Sp-i('t .iti ,,il f -
ing of All Kiiidi, Prepared on Short Netici .

A AP A Laire ;atid Carefully el-.ct. d Stlo.k eef Fin,- M it:t!- -
Tiling tof All Kindls. Bath Tubs, Clo,-.t .atid Hii-,le,! .\iehit... -
Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 34;,


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Citizens National Bank

1OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON GREEN.
PRESIDENT.
T. E. WELLES,
VICE-PIESID)ENT.


JoHN F IFF. PFI''R.

K.M.BU'SH N Ill..


DIRECTORS:


T. E. WELLES. WM. FISHER.
of E. E. taunders & C('.
K. J. WHITMIRE. JOH'V F. PFEIFFER.
L. HILTON ;0EEN.


ItI x M. IM)I't1% -


A General Banking Business Transarte


Vasse! Accounts Handled on Favorable Terms, ;-

Change Bought and Sold, Collections

Promptly Attended To.


ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.






The Star Laundry,



THE PI0! lANlRY 0I[OF0E1Di!! ORD '


Our Address
A- lwaiy asked f.,r wi :.:
hl-s4 beatity ,of thl I. ,. :i I

I 't-r is, (li-;)layi d i ill

SHIf T 'EONIF, ( Rl.
ANI) ( I 'r-

It I- ,Ilir le>--t rf'o m ilnli.e ,e'

;itr, allwa.ys i 1 li;il ',. 1 I:
l -%' ,r f.iil t >i .1 .e a .'C ; -.
ti 0:1.


ALL WORK C. 0. D.

TELEPHONE 114. ST E. GARDEN ki
CI"GOO9Dl CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FRIE.-In
WAT.KTRR IINORAHTAM. Ma"agr.


race For rensaco a

Buyers to Buy


ESTA'RT.imwu:l l1863.


Choice Family McKENZIE OERTING & CO


GROCERIES

-IS AT-

The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store



E$TZ & CO.,




1)0-120-122-0

E. Government Street.


0 DBALES Ix O


Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
60S AND 005 9. PAL.IAFIOX RUgrT.


REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S M01).-
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUsEL A BON's PL' M-

eumv, krdain Plits. Ills. lutil lstreitg, limts, kiiftir, 6il
OOMPAMES. LOG & O.
C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Ber Pilot,' '- :. ,
ciation.




TIT TI! TIWZ' WAIT CO1iiii!


sold and put on board of other vessels. Talented or Otherwe.In Use For Over 30 Years.
and harpoon irons were sometimes giv- "Billy Bobbs can't be much of a busi- I r
en or traded to Eskimos. It therefore ness man."TECusen.TVumevnM
becomes possible that the animal was "Why not?"
struck with a secondhand Iron.-Poout- "His wife says when anybody gives
lar Scence, him a message for her down town he h a s T u rn
remembers to give it to her when lie a s
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEiMENTS. gets home."-Detroit Free Press. e T ue q

Smoke DURHAM Ci- -m.ARCHITECT*-
For Representative. gars at D'Alemberte's.


MORRIS II.EA'.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, PLORIRDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 19CO a


I tIle Bit 1 To SeSSICVtlS.
- II aat1 or!d has few souls
-'ca l(w.:giL-uil.I who killed
a ~ : -i ljs caher (lay. HIim
I l~eat-.31(1 his father
halt. 1'ikipifrancs, or $;.
.1 -ct'is at-qia a their

1 -Y, :.s letters
2-!jeI-O air*d from

'I Iquijet. steaauiy
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'.I 1 t;:'.3u 7! ,a:.*
.. .. srh vii,'il ha'v''
S .i!..' i t ;\. tt t:w care v h.
i; .! ,-ir -. ir t tile far cur-
*.. fat tinhat li' seemed Iil at
L..- found that his action had
.... r --1 arouml-d her curiosity.
-a..n.e,-rdI what It was,. and she
a,.I 'at t!. hernelf that le had said
,. ..'a1,:S of importancee" so be
ate. n r.inodaXy but himself to
. ., toTok a l ok at It. She was
.! 'n Itnferring from his words
: e wa-. no rea(,son why she
S",'i And thidsi i what she read
,. I at pi,'- e.,T f iaper.
t yloU a 11w lint yiar curiosity
l..Trmlt ',a 1 to lIt this ill.ne."
a. :a to -i'lh.- prestl!.'ia ienit ill
pl-p a ma.:ll Hoiw CoIlld
In t:a- C ll-,' '.*I* i;:,Iut givin*zi
I t ai- "'- 0 "il :1,1 IeP4st.

RECENT INVENTIONS.
7 .' r ,.:*!] ',*r ic r... 'a ,y
a '. r, : '. n a.h hai :I t -
1 I.. I'-, frn it ,of t!i' i.r

t 1 t *,p cf th.-
1 : : 'tata, c latu.i,.. I. -

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S' f .: Ir.: a l 1k ..il*** r.
a 'a- .- *I lit t:. -i e t itia i
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A t atin ti talus at-of
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I e* 't l the. i t Use tes
., i, ua i.1 n t (. li :ight.

.at i '- r L 1'h lt' t s < ,I
"t aI:-tc- h f,-li h;.ni criap
a*- i t k l .'a ,! t uowat, dr. ti''
i \u:.. ni twa ar sd

oa r. i a ta .t r

f t., :. e. ;p cf ( hii'i n, i.
li :t. tl e-!i-- f t-..Ung celery


R APS OF SCIENCE.

: a! aa.inires at 212 da'-
*\ Z'". hilt' haquaal air h .- a 11 i ,!*u'g:a~ -e i ,el,',w z,,ro
,-1 that in the qtri'cts of
.. 'u th, re art" ala. ut 3.00i)
a a: c iaid os a nir aDnd in
i- a -. vt. re t.h, ra a sick-

,.e -r .- tlhat ar, ian wells
S .. I -f ,'|ea arna. thlw as
N *,ha," -. hl) the prt ass
a it ,a.l : -rc'-.te,-t flow
S h i 1 the" wi
at .", I asrliat ie t sir d

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DURHAM Cigars have
heen tried and fire test-
ed. 'Alemberte sells
-ic*?m.


WkLu6 R DAVIS RESIGNS.
Will o on Lecture Platform In In.
telest of Boers.
Wasm Iroyow, April 2.-Webstor Da-
vis, assistant secretary of the interior,
has tendered his resignation. He will
go on the lecture p)Ltform in the inter-
est of :he Boers.
In an authorized statement gi en out
t, aday Mr. Davis says that -s a result tof
his visit to 'the Transvaal he feels iin-
1.4.l,1 to tender his re sinatti,,n as as.it.r-
Hit srettary 4 f th,, interior. He will
atr an early dat,- de-livr a le t*ar. in this
-*ty in the inrere.t of the South African

Mir. Davis f,-ls that this i.- the best
way t i ar -- en.thusiin.m ni of the
A; i'o.ip.' >;i a in; bh-.iaXl of thbo.ie re-
[,i':,i -.
l)e';tutir iu;'e ".. Willi T:ileve.
DE. AT: :. ALt., April 2. F-;.aul<
aitl >ur l;.:rs --, ,in ti t a-, i.uikiii this
t.w\vn thii r h "1 'r.rt -:-'. itud al t at t
n: '..r tly ,; ,e i,.a-: :.. i:ir.;Ltr'i l ,1 r
- ii...- I' .ltalt- e r p a li 11 up ,a'li r.' vet-l.
Tw whit' i u':i -:t -r -, the. h .u-;. of :t
V. ::'": 11 'tii l,ay;V i .... ie aI a l ] 'tth i:i~e i
I. ] I .T. ;, .yi- r, :. l'iad \l -n ; ..

t}i. at.i-r w."Utt throu.-hi her e-ffects, tak-
. ;'. : and a $'' Ia l t'k.
Mafy I11 .a Nt ,i: I. a\'a. .\.:. 1i ".--I ni:iyv be that


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S ,.i tv t N ," Y ;. ,.r a:.


)r DLhft t o tole Ittne ot O-1.
I ;a I' i |..-ai-l. ilaa th i e-. :f alc's
t A T.1u,,u r;,h! .. that !i. h,.;!,h
1 :.; rf-.\.I .:it- e-I n n l.a irzri- r !,,.c-ta lIir
-f ,t r I-,- 1 1 :1:1 A.lllV i'-a t!.lli t(:ll ill-
vea ti! II il i,,:r lepoa e'- si-,i, f- or there -,
nl ii il l ia;;ttrl ut y (il n et arth tudlay
where the I :lInI fowl is not a mainstay
South America and Europe where it is
the mainstay. and nowhere is there
known anything that can take Its
place, which is probably more than can
be said of anything In the world of
mechanlcs.--Centurv. ___
TH' ItE-'-.T aLVE 1% THE W !OHII)
i. Vau:er Ealve. It is made froin a
pre~pcriptiion hay a world wide known
-kia sp-ci'ilt and is positively t.#-
most healing salve for piles. Lurns
s-ald&, ulcer-, rinnini sore and
Akin di-ea-es.-- A. I)'Alemberte

ltnles ;lp- Lent.
Al! t!.,- faithful whlio hatvet "i-
;''-t'd t!' ir twenty-tirst year Mill
wla Ithave' heat )-cli tte-jir-ixtietli
y-ar. tid w blo are iot exemipt-d ft. In
tthu I,; ali tti.,n aft fatini by i;Ckn I .I
i. a11 ~a tk r other well ki 'wn 11 r-;:i-
-'it,-. .re hlI t d to f;,a t lon all thu'
d.. ,f l,, -" :.t n1,il.ati .
(o'i ti .-. a ';iy- i'aut one full InP:l l i-
i-; 1* A -I. w ticlh -Wha:o l I lloat i' take-ti
I,. ft.re iio,,I:.
('cl-toiin :i:aw at cup oif (coff T, to-:
1a" ti-ill ,'f bread r a, ca.tjek r. toa b" t ik-it i:i
'!:* i, orii,: :.lit ill the eve iil 1, ;1
e.' l, I i ti. itat exce edilt;; thl, f,, lfrti
par ii oi :iti urinary mi -al, i- allwe-td.
A t thi' c'!l:titloil. u'ter, r t 'l;e','<-e.
it'.ia. ,I',- :t d a ll kin:d- f fruit.
\,- '. ;;: ta? .k. :l!, ,l a it-e a;llwa i !.

\\ r ,i '"' .r v.t\ '- i '.t'. iivn -7.i. II 't lt
X'kS .t :,*.' I. i: 'l ie i i (tlallM tot
t.k- t; a- < a;lattion i' tt.'e i:orniii ;
jnt f dt e liii'l itn t.l" ev.Ie :i:i.
.\l) iei!C>( -r.- I ";,.* ,-," ef ;i.--i
i- h i il i d .il ll t:ice \V\'teo d es;aliy
:'.1l li avy- of I., lIt nlid on th S tiday of r'tllr \Week al'd on Holy

i'le- u e o(f !Airt i- :ilo\vdw -l in coXk-
ing.
r sh and fl-sh are not allowed at
t!:." .a t li l-al. evetl til SSul;Ida:i'.
l: -. ('hte-e--e, inilk attid butter Itiay'
be u.s;d every day. but abttin. nt(e.
froin all (of these 1i recouinieded oin
(;,acd Fr-iday.
Per.ona exempted from the obli-
'_ation ot fa4tirnr are not bound bh..
ttio re--tiiction of ut-inig nIeitt lsit
ilce t-a day on the days in which thie
I-- if niet'at i- pern:itted bty di-pen-' -
S tI, :..
('!.iltlr.tf ov r ;e.-ve i year- of :tae.
4T. haIunid by tl'- law Af ah's il lIenc'.
Il'i.-* xclused by cktne-s or othteei
ca',es.
I'lt. paschal tini '. in which :ill
( ': , :r at- .t dis.t'r-tion : c- ive toIly tcoinimnio:i worthily. -x-
t-nd- irown the flr-t .unday of L[it,
iill Trinity Sunday, inclusive. Clhil-
*ire-n over ,orven- year' of age aire
t'llund Ily the proce.pt of annual con-
f, -in Pa.tor' i-tad parentts should
-. that the children tconply with
t!'l- duty.
I'T e holy -e.aon af I.en* i-s a timnu
f ;arvt-r. of st rrow for sin. of seclu-
-,oil fI iiit t i world antd it; amiu-e-
ll:'-it o. Nlid ao -r ht-r iu. :tiln'-irivinlL
I' '-; v .t l i '1 l t: :t Al .t ) tho t
a- f filie li 1i11i .1 -ev- f r u
A t it l ,!!l .ir r h I 1h.I
v. I k j. a p :ila-. iwhov c itiiet e:i-ia V
-c :v(. th cmilli *i law of th,
i;T' i. e:rao d- i i --, fr,,tr ti i !)-
ta -' I iof jb-?ilildce' lol ail d&t1s ,f
-a \ ~ir?\''' pt Fr ;d&-' A-hi
\V -i:, a--, ; ali iy Vt e -lk tila cd 'iri-t-

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.I" ,'1,,. : -1 : t'_ -'. W a', t' a a -
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Ra.s:r's Knlves. Forks and pa-con


Settled by Arbtration
OMAHA, April 2.-Arbitrator
decided the Omaha-Kanms Cit
ential case, involving the'rate
ing house products to the south
holds that the contention of the
ton for a 3-cent differential to
The differential halm been 6 c
some m iiths ago the Bnrlin.gto
to 3. Other Omaha roads reset
and a litter tight ensued.
I as Too Many Wivesa
(;Iir.N\ l.i.E, S. C.. April 2.
Meis,enhanmner, a entton mill ,
21 years old, has been arrested
t, Uninii county for trial on a c
bignmy. It is alleged that tht
has thr-e' living wiives.
Willn ia .Iones Ins vie
WASHINGTONO, April 2. -
J, nis, the avenger whoi 'c ;at
President Garfteld's .-a--ai-i
(iuiteau wa-s .leintg taken t>,
beeln fouindl insane itud turunld
Georgia relative.

I1ow He Was Insultei
"lIe insulted me," said thj
tor.
"Indeed?" returned the plaii
"Off-rod you rnoney, I suppose
"olh. it wasn't that." repjlled
Islat, r, "l*ut hle unidrestinua
price:"-Chicrago Post.


A IT ,LE Kn)owN >%A('r.
That the majority of sri.m-ll di--
e;I-"- 4)ri giilate il d l-,ider of the
1i Jle .v-. l o!ey's Kiduey Cure is
ia:ira;n tej. lTrv it 't -!,-h if vo a ;are
Il.t fe eI11., w, l. !1 V. A. I'Al in-
b-rte.
E-3.M1'I,)YM9:0 N O)F'-'I( E.
Ring utip .s2 or call at theP office.
;] North Paiaf)ix stroit. whii-ti in1
'i'd o(f a ci rplt-r. II. 1). 11offirin,
,luinel..s- Aetlt of tlhe- C'arpenter's
aindJoirters' I'nioin. will furnish you
with the desired help on short no-
tice. nl25tf


1,11 11f JARRAN-CAS, NMor,,h '0,
I SJ e~ided ia~ai:ll intrip-
ai.ictl-., wIi rai-;+ivl d bc-re' lintil. 11
A1 il.. Aril 14- ItJMio), a nd tht ii

Pitck'iu.s 'Fla .. I 11a mirr k :t n d I
Ouard hlouse. 1'. S. re~Aet'ves tile
rl!1t~i at-eillt tor izej'-r: ;my tr
I .I.~ q)t-al Wtrzille..lprttD!! -
ii* ~ ~ ~ ~ hii lit. i~,i 1111.I 1 I isiSk o'l*
i'ua;.a..s'..fircIai-trdIti~t)I ;at Fo)rt
11;ak- ii1=. Fla wDiutirv'.-o-1 T. _N



N *(111Cl' I-I'. iirelay '.ivon t'i it Oe i,~ u -
.,r ziia faor IetrR -s punth. Itoirwoar, rlottl
filaaor-, litoy&C to ltfisioy tindeer 11lii'e.-
* hlmerloel 41 (OtIaO w of(lie fitte talit J- air
ido. tin ler atcharter in v%,vrd. ari~t f.is
ii osi ii!i. t~nit-ill i nani om will(Ii is on to ic ill
tile utilci-tit tile 'crelgngy of E%'Lale.
1.'1he halite llti lie-inrairpos at on shlia'l It,.
B-anns. I~uuw..dv & Comnpany, and it% piace
Of~ 1111ta~ink-1.4. ert~acols. tu l..cisthllis counltyV,
li.t te toll Ior ida.
".Thevenei.raslnatureirof I he hi-;n....e of
tilt- l'orj)Eiritimi hi iall It -to htai. L. %l. atml-
fact ure snil'! ax j trt 'AnA nf andid hwn t; imur.
*.tol, 5t1!-tom~svi ot slhir mood aHl-: it)
chlarterr shijp-: to litiv arid %ell, Woot~e PMild
le.-t*i titntor smod oflie-n stll1savid all'" %_toher
reftd e-t at. vivid tit tit)all ot hqr lb iii ~UsUali
ar id itct-sary Iin thle colidut iof tie ifti-mike-s
of timl hr anid lumbe-r isntgerhsimts ill the
Simi~tita Fclorciida. ..urigim. Alalitiatru. MNi-i
issitppi. Louanlia~na and Texta.. or !l.et*-~ihI
:.IItl. c4mj1iai l -vik of IIthe cerpar..t i..I
,hall 1I#-- 'I hr...-H uisr.-AI tii iti~arti d je
ml tgliodtiirs. toa tie- fitli'sel led11oist.11 i mes oa
t'i- pair 31u- tit Orio I W-u-santd i~laulia llIto
lae~it-- -e. titlie- paid sup in lull up it orgaii-
4. '1it (*ie ct pmi11ion w hi~ll I a t frtill Ili
to.-it if ttA en. I %-ri'.*..t 2-7, 1 .mrn,.
.I. I Ii.- hiirj ,#-.% ofI ia 'leeiiimra, io-ti i~ilt
he coia:dutc I Itat d a P t.id+ n *', :\e Irea-t
dii.:nt. eivtlAir' ant I& 'Ireal-u l ..r. atiad n
H-iouard of ,,i a161 laimo-cont. satiiUt aIit ttwr
;%,ic: :m any baretifter he ;~ il-lfair.
-o ie +a-1--eted sythe ll-%t,-Ckliiolliarstan Inv.
1iii l4W~ii'Ivit May iaf ee ai-year, aorir t.
aa,,ail t ha-reattler a.4 lpned icatia:itii.1and hae
lilotalie- aI i lie 11111 i-I t *.. l areto ii(tao ll(lict
UTh. haa'.until Incas.-" I leat t- t(II, hil-I
inieti g shall he qitiint tid. eart.
if. ll.&nr-. tra-ld- i t ;*. 1. v'i h .. 'ice
p .aail J X. Belns-,--cr.'l:5ti ab V. Lu: -
t 1, t-. lritilrd Ii. ?-81 ita. tars n~i 411-
I .1%t-.il .1 F -Ij e h Mrrn di.- 1,1n..1 t.F
a. I .- li~ii oo amlairt -f aiaiit t-dic,.. or
Ielaa twi t a il ii :adcli Int. (,Iallitaaa"I it'l cfl (ll ht
mitll IIll- ail. vCr11 -. t if 1, .taad
thiia ci t.~l aaito mli daitler.
r~herr l--n a.. f~illoaii : -i Ila Itr- t', to-ita-
o ~a-1:-. ieia. \ A I. Mali-%a-'t
Jr I tu.iin. % sIl ; 111 .1- Lli t r-1n.l. ni t Iim .

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II:.. iP.A

JOHN McDAVID,

REAL ESTATE AND BROKERACE.
t( I Y PIZ)OPi.:I 'Y. F-AI. I.ING.
AND TIllIER I.ANI).-
FO-R SA1.IE.
Loars Pl.eed at reasonable a'es.
:| A E -t G ( % ,- v riipo e t" S'r<-pt.


H. A. WATERS,


Batcher and Green Grocer.
PHONE 172
Fre,-sh Tenneee and Native Meats.
Uhickena and Country
Produce Daily.
Shop, Ra of Johnson & Son's Store.
INTENDENCIA STREET.


Indigestion!

We challenge the world

to produce a remedy equal

to the Matchless AIineral

Water for the cure of In-

digestion, Dyspepsia and

all forms of Stomach, Bow-


I take great pleasure in certifying to, tie
purity ar.d the merit of Wilkinsori's Marth-
lese Minteral Water. Tbts natural miiineral
tonic, to my perrsonal knowledge., is taken
from a well three miles east of Greenville.
in the exact condition in which it is sold. I
have **een 'li water used. with wordetrful
succe-%. for dyspepsia. indigestion. sore
eyeqa and for eruptive diseases sores and
ulcers on nman and animal. As a remedy
for tin-e.- troubles. I do not believe its
equal '.xt-t.. It is highly recomnme ded by
pbysiciauns for a number of diseases.
ZELL OArTOK,
Judge of Probate Court, Butler County.




LOI G DIIIETORY

K!IIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Pensatcola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P,
meets every Monday even-
ing at 7:.0), at Castle Hall.
In Ilutchinson hall. West
Intandencia street.
S'ilting brethren cordially
welconimed.
MB*H. JU'DEVIva,
H. HORSLKR. C.C
K. K.& 8.

W. O0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. 1 Woodman of the
World.
NMet, rirst and third Friday night Ic
e mt-, amai,,b. Visiting soverolgne cordi-
nli t itred. W. W. WATSON,
S.1. I. illAMlt.,Clerk. C.C.

In Fw' ,'min: ('County Circuit Court, First
J iitnail (.'ircuit. State of Florida.
l;t,1.ilt saiTh Factory Company, a
curpirat ion. I
vs.
Mr-. IDora Tally and C. M. (ole-
The defendant. '. M. I olematn. is required
to appear to th,- bill tiled in this cau-e upon
Mindia the ,-evenoth day of Mity. 4. I lo.
rit i orde-r tai the publilsh-td ian TiHF IDAII.Y
N wa -. a nIlewispa r putll ieiid 1II -aild E -
C tiihi t aoalrtv. onice each %%.,-k for eigbt
cotlnecutive w, eka-.
A.'M. Mt'MlIi',a,
[S.A- .) I'lerk 'r.11 ICourt.
Itv B. H. HI Ir N,
p % lerk.
Penuacolp. Florida. lari .':i. .
iII'O tWnW


Franchise Revoked.
WAmHINOTON, April 2. Secretary
Root has revoked the license granted to
Ramon Valdez for the use of water of
the River LaPlata of Puertoi Ri'o to cre-
ate electric power for a railroad. He
has also annti uned.i that th- deiptrtmieut
will grant no franiIi.hs or licenses in
the island until the establishment of


i. PVREK BLOOD CURE.
Olds has An Ctffering Proving Faith to Sutf-
ty diffe- erer I
on peak- Is your Blood Pure? Are you sure
Burling-if it Do cuts or scratches heal
be good. ;slowly? Does your skin itch or burn?
ents and Have you Pimples? Eruptions?
l cut it Aching Bones or Back? Eczema?
Old Sores? Boils? Scrofula? Rheu-
matism? Foul Breath? Catarrh?
Are you pale? If so purify your
-Joseph Blood at once with B. B. B (Botanic
native, ,Blood Balm). It makes the Blood
pratve re and Rich, heals every sore
and taken and gives a clear, smooth, healthy
*barge of skin. Deep-seated cases like ulcers,
e accused cancer, eating sores, Painful Swel-
lings, Blood Poison are quickly
cured by I. B. B., inad. especially
for all obstinate Blood and Skin
WilliamI Troubl( s. B. B. B. is different from
4;uitiau, other remedies because B. H. IB.
n, while drain- the Poison and Humors out
jail, has fthe Blood and entire system so
ovcr to a the symptoms cannot return. Give
it a trial. It cures when all else fail,.
Thoroughly tested for 3) years. Sold
at drug stores at $1 per large bottle
d. f; large bottles (full treatment) 15.
e leglsla- So sufferers may test it, a trial bot-
tle given away absolutely fre,.
n citizen. Write for it. Address BLOOD)
?" HALM (CO Atlanta. (;a. Write to-
I the leg- day. Describe trouble and free ined
itedl my ical advice given.


Bears *he Te kd Ybu Ham Always BogM



Medical Society, Attention.
There will be a retrular meeting ef
the Pensaccla Medical Society at
thp Board of Health office at 9
o'clock p.m.Tuesday. April 10 and 24.
Visitintr physicians are cordially
invited to attend.
D. W. MoMILLAW. M. D.,
President.
E. F. BRUCE, M. D.,
secretary. iSmt

DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke.
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.

WEEKLY IsCHEDULEX
FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains lIave Pensacola for the Little
Bayou, Palmetto Beach. Warrington, Navy
Yard and Fort i.arrancas at
6:.a. m.arrilv, at Fort Barrancas 7:l6a.m
10:X) a. rn.arrive at Fort Barranca nW 45 aim
1 :M p. m. arrive at Fort Harranca 1.4S p nW
8;') p. m. in. vivat Fort HBarranc;iS 4:l1 p m
6:15.p. m. arriveat Fort Barrancas 7:l1op m
*':O p m. arrive at Fort Barraneas 8:45 p.m
Trains leave Fort Barranoas for Peons-
cola at
7:0 a. in. arrive at Pensacola ...... :15 a. m
11 :X0 p. m. arrive at Pensacola........ 11:46 p. m
'-':I) p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... -::45 p.m
- ,~0 p m arrive at Pensacola .. 7:i5 p m
7:4) p. in. arrive at Pensacola......... 7:46p m
'1. 4 p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... i0 p. mw
*4atutrdays only.
In effect Dec. Ist, 199.
IUNDAT sOEDUErr.
Leave Pensacola. Lv Fort Barraneat
9a.m. 10 a. m.
11 .m. I1 m.
1p.m. 2p.m.
2p.m 3 p.m.
8p~m e.p.
5p.m *p.m.
*p m. Mp.m.
lARK POR WERI DAY.
PenQaco:a to Fort Barrancas and return fIc
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return..... e
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return lio
raaM roR SUNDAY
tensaoola to 3rt Barranoas Navy
I ard and return....................... Me
Penasoaola to Palmetto Beach and
return lie
No freight received after :15 r. vn.

-GOOLAY=4-

Grist and Corn Meal Mills,

1I. F. GONZAhlEZ & CO., Prop s,
Manufacturers
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
STOCK FEED.


Patronize Home Industry. for there is
every reason you should buy your Meal and
Stock Feed from the Hornme Manufacturer,
for by so dolug you encourage home Indus-
try. Your money is left in the community
and you in turn are Indirectly benefited.
In fostering the home manufacturer you
contribute to the causeof labor. You owe
it to the community in which you live and
which contributes to your support.

CMICMWTTEN'S ENGLISH
NYRYAL PILLS
A. S F" E. vtwa ir viable LudII. iiruqist
o '" CHICIHIIKiESTEKIS E.NG.L4H
S~a E KD saut Gold malalesi ba.. -.s;,-
g o a assit h* i i.r- n T alie- etb eer. R eria e
1 Iouspr.. 'Uubelzud. mU-- sad4 IlIt.
Sl ano U w RPg ,f your Driglti t- -b. -m-I 4o. ,
o *m* r..e r l'r eUlra.m Tetll.milal*
I't-" C dit 'hlr.te. Chre mle l4 .,.
Vieato. iris. .- Idlse arme .re,. I'IIILA.. VA


UOWRIS B3S0.


GENERAL INSURANCE OUNN'S
a s


-AND--

Real Estate Agents,
PENSACOLA. FLA.
REPRESENT FWENTY-TWO OF THIl
LEADING FIRE. LIFE, MARINE.
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY, PLATE
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
SURANCE COMPANIES. .. .

nral1 Aigits of the Eqeitabli

Life uraicc Society of the

OUitcl States.
Conna...o...cm or..m


H


The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.--*
Prompt Delivery and S tti-f.ictiion
Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros,
401 South Pal.sfox St..
Phone No. 116. P. o. Hox 2bl.
Railroad Exchange. lPhone 26%.

PROrESSIONAL OARDa.

Dr. (fareellu5s leereary,

Physician ali Surg on.
Residence, 24 Weat ureirory tSt ree
Pholl' I'.!-.
OfficO, I)'Alembh-rit* uthldin It,'.' ,i outt
ralaifux Ire.t. Phu.io. .'t ."

Di. Wx. C. DBWBBaYT.

OFFIOE-Hanash Bros.' Drug Stor.
RESIDENOB-400 E. Jackneo Stree


Win. I. Marean, M. D.,

Ho0meoatlic Piylc2I anl Siriu,
Late of Ocala, Fla..
Offers his professional services ') ttl' citi-
zens of Penascola.
Especial attention given to tat triatment
of Chronic blomaf.4 and DI)--asow of
Women and bhlldrtn.
Thirty Yars raetice In the- Knuth.
Office Hours:- a. m. to It m.. to m p. m.
Residence Phone No. o60.
rhenv.-innt BRIlidlngr-ltr'es a

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall.

DENTAL SURGEON,

Nusic TeIl. Pkins 34.


G ND EASIER Bill!

To be Given By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of H .
odd lellows Hall. Warrinuton.

Monday, April 16, 1900.

Tickets 'A) cents. Ladiee Free. Fre,
Transportation on Dummy.





'. to B.a of CopUlaU al
O -be,-anld. albi*ets i Mair
LT e to,, a.s mo m notb a






ame s. *ttis ai ii n i r a, vft bo t
P* ienm "W. PtUrl. I M, ,.r .
a IEd A S C BiigC. 6N, -l or wp..i.. .., i
c -lm.n.o. Mr *.Si,*1 Sa.> I
r. *A. r SL *a Ir p l.ori rafpeP.
Pw oPr-A.. p-Pi 1,it
ill r -# r-. r -r I'. ".
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Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS. FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN MEA()ON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
R.\TES:-From $1.00 to $1., per Day. % LODGING:
.15,. andtl S. Soni Palafox, Street Penpat.,la. I'lorisla 25 and 50C


H. H. WICKE.


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Three RcguIar

Neill fact Day

25C Each.


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THE HEIE ACADEMYOF MUSIC, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,
-No. %North Palafox Street.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal. No. South Pldafox Stet.
MISS IDA PALAGOS, Assistant.
Voice culture. Violin and Pian ep Kinds o' Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand
System; aIso Gtntar, Ban)oand Mandolin. EIWFRHON3 811 *1 PISAOOlIA, IlA.


'PS~$


Palafox Street.

Pensacola. Florida.


civil governuien t lthre.
Women Vote Early.
CI.:VF.LAi>), April 2.--Int'rest nmani-
festedl her, in the local elections as a re-
sult uf the thr'e cornered fight over the
selection of a director of schoNls waws in-
ten--se'. Nine thousand waien.n registered
in ord.-r to 1Ie eligible to vote, and they
were at thea p 1lls early, notwithstanding
a heavy ranin.
Allen Fuller Hanged.
M \,,':. April 2.-Allen Fuller, the
ue'r a umurd.rer of Mrs. Pottle, was
hang,.,d in the jail here at 11 clock. He
w;k.-s Ii' n Outi -ed dead five minutes after
the "-'.AI t.ll. He prote-ted his inno-
* ;r ,,- r th.. last.
The Riutler Hoof Marks.
TU. rc' .'. a hihiiw.vay min the land
pa:: wi:.! AniAl its 'tuJt or sand
The at irr!iile. so you'll find.
Ha. Itft its auto-graph i min.I.
--Elitts Msageazi
A wo .1 -r:'tinl- E. Pro-s-ion. ,of Pres
-,;al\ i; !.. K:i ., wrote a letter the
ethr- d:!v. .i int: the opinitnn of
vel"1 'civ inll hi tiwnt wito ho11:1S ,ned
F1 .' H e .::A' T'ar i-. th"it it is
the V-'r;' .'-.t medicine for i gitrippe.
CeaI-, c igh. etc. W. A. D'Alemn-
>'rie'.


F'olt SA..1 el Troubles and Skin Dis-
At a bargain. 7t, acres a30 Iuner eases. Guaranteed to cure,
fence and cultivation, the balance
woodland), tof a mile north of ('er- or money refunded. Cost
dova Park, with 4-rootm house, barn
and two stables. Price (th) For only 5 cents a day to use it.
further information, apply to W. R
Douria-.s on place, or J. E. i ubuis- One dollar bottle last twen-
son & Bro., city. 13mlu tydays.

Three Large Stores
For sale by all druggists;
Full of FURNITURE. The flnt For sale
line of Walnut Hedro.wm Suites e.vr also If. T. Greenn Co. 37
-hownI in Plpn.aeotla. Pretty, neatly-
flnishe-d l' 4 oak lBdroomn Suites at S. Palafox Street.
all pricet RU ttan and C(',bble-r eat
Rovlzei-. big and little. cheap and OR ADDRESS
high. L,-,ok at' thWnI. WILKINSON
1; .r aninIou l -'urIihi g oue o e

No better Cigar for Greenville. Ala.
the money made--DUR- PTeatinttilFrom Judge Gaston.
HAM -atD'Alemberte's GRKENVLL. Al. ug. 10.


O1TEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


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Acme Beer.

THE BEST BEER 4SOLD IN
PENSAt'OLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

A'so Sold by I. Perry and a, tYates.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1900.


NEWS t 'ibu'e to the worth of the leading


&Lsterou at ISI,-- Ptvti.4 I)Mieeat Pt DSscoIS.
Mia.. so e-ree-rlinvI t-%. :mat t r
g~rfrD : Pill f~midinst. So~ uth PAIn-
fins stroobt. up-stairs..
11'lBlA4HED BY
THE W1 WS Pb BLIBHIIG 00.

Terms- Invariably In Advance.
Cw Teor by Mail 8.....
Tbrfw Moutlit I1
$,so gooath
EeoC We-o.abr ('arri.'r. pAifk~tW. Monday Ill

1= WXIKIG.MY JWWS:
ftbl~bpd eve-ry Friday at V3.611 tr ye'ar
Poata.. f r"~.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Advwrtmoy No tes Furn ithildeon pplicafior.





Thle paper to on ine with the
ANULVUIIUS U NOCO81
Unisott builinag. St. Past. 1Minn.. wher
sut1~ibem ad we timeva&"udother ina
ezammwi. t sad whem estimate, will be givers
01100, p S kw GENERAL DVERTI&I Nr&


flhlhOOLA. APRIL '3. 1900

PRECINCT Ii~ajF.ATFS
Thp Move .lotmicvratic Club iof Pe-nsaco.la
bA6 .'sidor.-d tbo. following ticket for de'l-
-gatv.--frmithe l. city prectucta to the losm-
owrasta.ic ounty oflveftiomb to tb elh.d at
I'owvlt'.n. April 14 and abk that thay b#-
given a hearty support toy the r4,t.r":
Pro-iie.vt lf--4' H. (irigle,. fi'n'md She"-p
than. Wti l lizi. 11,.1.311. Maxwell, and 'I. F.
w right n.
-A :.-.i W.A lkuurit. Tbos. Hannali.
Jobn o'sii~t 1. C,wo. %%VLille. and W. 1'.
Ifur car.
I*...1.,I it-4....b i-r i Idi.o 1. I. ohn-ion.
J 0 tc.A~ J,.Ln I P. iffer and J. E.
et..emrc! IFit Puit nam. Jihln We'*gt.t
%Vni K-z"a.tt,J E-. Atotrcrotiulat- atd W. A.
('unharni
THit -letat Ii ill cii .'princi IlIe
apple. Witt) -liirlit force. to thle PO!A-
t ~on- of contgrt-rn.ioit and ?seIator-:.

cau!e'.-.A- t!,#- lawi-eloit Say. Il-

It.t: l1-'X da, di!rirlcts t l~at

'Plaild mctit--A ttheiti-t-ve'-. DAI v
;LA tie e haslii- teilFrank Clark
:e'gt;-ti w~illie Sj,':irkuau lha,!-nop
*pi.ilo at all.

I ret-eilit illtprvi--w Former
Pre.-i.dt iAt.i' velatdim. 1pwredti
!lave -Aid :
%%it rt. r-. Cr..x*-to t h- ca:.ai acrot-pi Nwa-
iagua. I ''h sa%- .'. tio.uglit Abat*-%e'rI
ulao done- in i's priostiotio by the gzovern-I
~m..nt f ttte.. I to-. Slate"% -hould tbedono-&N
aoantril-ution hy it to th. ecau~e. of pro-
&;re-" slied ad' anc~njg ci~ ilization. It has
Popmed to im*- hat se had gained that post.I-
tion atli *eig t iewn. *--f t t.world. litha
vtocld umak.- it appro';it let*' or mit, in atc-
c..rdamc. isithti K lie' .ijit of Iour ifltili I
tinnso. t. o mak" -ucit lao n t ribution. Th z-,
I tourse.. nipazi- I he al,-olut.' iwutraliza-
!;ton uofthe Nlc&At :a -iianal coubt ruct iti,.
1 .1 .iw.. .-H '- a! u .1-tro-at vi d_
a' II. itinlil~tt. IItl.ofi f

If..% at-.it Ili- u-l. o. f th" reitwatiis
t n.. .1t. aptatt. ie .-nrillt'!Wlxi
*arad I:at. I~. f ,rI- hin lac,.r .f sUtib


It -Ii* ) io .,%
-I bat 1% 1J.. gam... I- T1;-. we'lfite~e
.15, dt"c'gate'- to tilt- 9slut. ConvenItioin .
'nii a fl~iu'nall toidnicj't 1.
Ai~.. .' *I Lou.511 Anil% 5iieooiti..Z to it Ilit-







tooit. U:phI h oe ehd~
.0cAZf the- ,-efetj~ota of it iu tic
"AI* I. I- li't the taite c~mel~litflt 41
:l'ry -:1tiziif~ ii- vem* 2' There i=
A a"I AI---"ItI ILI[Fank Cltirk-', fIfrt It

i Lc'..t. ei..i :the Capital J,

1 sseCi (aumit ate$.. c:
Wit~:-iy has-c ally Caudidatte. fur.
t .Ith ilie'st political 4oithe- m
P...- strong y V F-ceizu in v ded it, t,
1,0 11t Iic' ,r .4- El-e- Iaidllii-d ill ht'1




4 ZP
-Jill a~, .t frontin!1.' dci' : .1 1 4 '~ ti .t W
1' aim (it ci- ir' 11 r si~i &t- II., k. -.

1 1 410 I a I 3%
II I..- t~ 'A "I '11 ie r r mccit Ago l t- d


dwes yi uaafe(- lo ba hiar h all interests


candidate for the office of attorni
general:
When a lawyer (f reputation nnnour
his candi:itey for a hiich judi, ial cfflce
Florida. to* peclI l rath than the- indi
ual are bei.eftt-d. Whe-n th' salary al
is coniildert',Il the 'ie-:d at bet! i tni t v
inri t zi.. Flortia l;.a inerv.r patfl mar
prie *., for its brair. Eminent li
yer. lve .:steadfa.-tly d.clin d positions
tli.- cliaracnt r bt-cause thi. em(luii;ens
g -utral practice cti,psed t!,e glory that
t :t-s- to the judicial ermnin.-. Wte do
pretend to say that nt,!e lawyers hav-I
s -rved the state. The position we take
that offer- from this source are rare. H
James T. Wills, of Bradford county. i
candidate for attorne-y general, and
ability as a practitioner and worth us a (
ize'n suggest the thought that begiii- t
article. Asamemberof the legislature,
Wi:ls wa' chairman of the Judiciary co
mittee. a committeenoted for the char
ter of the men that composed it. Mr. Han
former chief justice of the supreme cot
was a member. In point of salary there;
more desirable offlceisthan that rattorn
general, but the field is inviting to one a
loves his stato, and combines with this v
tue the ability to serve his people well. 1
Wills pos-esses these qualities in the tru
sense. His reputation as a lawyer is a
established, and his ambition in this p
ticular i4 a worthy one. Florida would
vastly benefitted by the -ervices of suct
citizen. Guided by Mr. Wll*,' strength
mind the business of the attorney-genern
office would be conducted with fairness a
intelligence, and the Times-lHerald c.
dially eudorstes him for the place. At t
proper time we trust that the voter-
Putnam county will consider well his .
cellent qualifications and honor him as
deserves to be-.

Rev. John Reid, Jr., of Great FalI
Month recommended Ely's ('rea
B:ilin to me. I can emphasize hi
statement, "It is a positive cure f
catarrh if usod as directed."--RI
Francis WV. Poole, Pastor C'eutr
Pre". Church. Helena, Mont.
After using Ely's Cream Balnm
weeks I believe myself cured of c
tarrh. Joseph Stewart, Grand Av(
Buffalo, N. Y.
The Balm does not irritate or caut
sneezing. Sold by druggrit- at
t-,. or mailed by Ely Brot!ler. ;.
Warren St., New York.

TROOPS FOR BARRANCAI.
Renewed Activity at the Post ar,
Promise of Better Thingil.
Battery D. Second Artillery. nun
boring El men, under command c
Lif ut. McDonaugh, arrived her
shortly after midnight la!-t oigl:
from St. Augustine. lavigi, bee
ordered to duty at Fort Ilarranea--.
The cars were backed down t
Tarragonai street wharf. where th
Government steamer Poe was i
waiting and transported the men t
he post.
A nu:rcb-r of recruits have r cent
y arrived here for this batt-ry.
The arrival of this battery gives.
greater number of troops at the pos
lhan has been there in a long, while
and it is rumored that better thing
are' 1o cimie--oine hintiiig that it i
3rob:ible- that the regimrental head
Iuarte'r- are to be move( here at ai
early d(late, which would mean ii ;ia fin
Jand. daily dress parade and -oc.ia
functions galore.

Dr Bull's Cough Syrup cures the mos
tiulborni Crmi'h h*, ot iIl it:I iin, fT-cr, iwi.
]\*n inriprl-nt ton-uniit iii Iuts- h,*-ll -t1.i
--full 'urilr, d liv thin ilia -vo-i,;i- i l.;
l:fTr.,r. \'% ill (>li tlll Ie f li t I ittll' i d tlo'.)--

IHIF YACHT tC.l II
tc ive I'reparationr fir a Seaason oi
Exciting Sailing Itaces.
Tlo committee of el-veii ,of the
'Iii-r<>lcia Yacht club. appointed to
4l-ct a site fer their club !ii,,iUe. Inm I
ist night at J. H. IPorter'- sailmak.
ig establi-iment anid tdi-cul-ed thi
a rits of the va;riuii s.ite- ii:-pe ce-ed
y them. They decided ini faivor o(
lot :it the corn rPf E;i-t Z trln. >--;i
nd Ninth al fiuie.
A coinmitt. o cinli.-tiing < f .1. IH.
erter, C. H. W'.ells and Johii 11i,
ihiiU'ln w;i al;ppointed to file a p(-
tion within the city cot'licil fi.er a
rtlit to erect a frame club houi,.
Ssaidl lit.
.los. T. John-on. J. D. (os, an;il
otl:. \Vlhitelh-ad were appinte-d a-
Clias. H. W-l< IL. John Jiteg :mi
ehit H. Joihtotil were tplpollltePi to
-pare plain- ait specifications :iitd
at-cF-r-ttin (t'oi t of tiet pr,,ioo-e-d
lib lu)l.oe.
('his. M. 'Coston was appoirtec" te
cure consent from the colunity conm-
isionners to u-e the artuory for anl
it ertaiilllelit.


Thit liwxt mi tii.- will hildh
iurs l:iy ni- i !it. A pril 12. ait t:.-.*:;ille
;ace.
Ilis Iife Was, av-(,l.
NMr. J. E. Iilly, a promininti ci'i-
n of Hannihibii, M.o.. lat-iy h:ld ;I
enderful deliveratnc- froul a. fri:t!t-
I dl ath. In tellin. ,of it h(e -;aIs:
wa- taken with Typhoid Fev-r
it ran into lntieumoniai. My IluVti-m
.eat1n !'aidermd. I was so w)-ak I
uldn't even -it up in be-l. Noth-
K helped me-. I expected to soon
e of ConQumption. when I heard of
. King's New Di-scovery. One
ttle' gave gi'eat relief. 1 contin-
4 to iuse it. and now amn well and
en- g. I c lin't -;Iy tooe iiunih!) in it-
II-." "l'iis lA'rvI-lou- mIn`.icine
tlie sIll -tTe' I nd i ui-ke-t c'll; in1
" world for :all T!irolat anld Lung
.oible. Ratulair size .5) ice tir- :11id
to. Trial bottles free at W. A-
Alemberte's drug store; every
ttle guaranteed.
FACIAL MASSAGE.
Wrinkles can be wiped out. Wrin-
s can be prevented. Cheeks can
plumpened out. All this, and
re can be done by massage.
Ladies. call on Miss Keeler at
yrers & Kruie'A Millinery, on
esday; after that date at 112 West
egory. 2aplw


Atteni s 'ri. I

XWarl eCiltlPN.- I
11411i .-l
3rd.



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it it pe'iiit 1t0-1- t


make a fail.nr'..
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CIRCUIT COURT.
Calendar of Casew Set For Trial at the
Spring Terim.
The calendar of cases set for trial Confectionery in lIo, 20 and 3ts-cent
thus far at the spring term of the boxes. Try them. All dealers sell
circuit court for the first circuit
follows: COrnsq, CO.
April 5-McCaskill & Co. vw. L. A
N. R. Co.; J. M. Pfeiffer vs. sameSpecialty.
Strickland & Wesley vs. same; Ro tigaSpecaty
Klein vs. Thomas. .
April 10-Baars vs. Pensacola L. & Have 1you tried Swans'
L. Co. Down flour.It is the whitest
April 12-Geismar vs. Pensacola Down r.It thewhitest
E. T. Ry. Co.: County of Escanibia and sweetest on the Ameri-
Apri. L. & N. R. R. Co 1-ullivan v. B. Pitt can market, in barrels, half
Mill Co.; Same vs. Butler; Grant vs. barrels, ., pound and 12
L. & N. R. R. Co.wholealeand
April 14-Brawner vs. McKee pound sacks, hoe ean
Ponder vs. Fidelity andc Casualhy retail.
Co. Tr/y Delatour's Ginger
April 1--Mvrover vs. Pensacola le; best ineal after
E. T. Ry. ('o; Pouti & Robinson vs.,e; best Mineral Waters
Southern BellI T. & T. to,. on the market, equal to inm-
April 18-Carney Lumber C.). v`.ported
Robinson;obinson v'. Pensacl' l gOOds, and only
E. T. Ry. Co ; Same v-. Same. .,1.10 per dozen.
April ll--ligdou Brs. v-. Fir-st Try our Frehl!/ Roasted
National Bank; Pryor vs. City of r ou Fes I Rs
Pensacola. Coffees.
April 2f--Foshee Lumber C-1. v-. JfeIHJGH,
Bradshaw. Gr-. U i,
Cases dismissed: Muldon vs. Zel-1 H hoLlevale (and Retail Gro-
ius; Fir.-t Nat. Bank vs. Hauteman. cer. Phone 105.
Continued by coa-ent: Hauteian Cea. rPho 0U*.
vs. Friedman.
Andrew Frank Olsen. on the ino- Vidal has fre-il Sl.riitp to-(Ldy.
tion of Capt. S. C. Cobb, was grant- Phone 154.
ed his naturalization papers.
Only one case was tried this morn- If you want toe --p-whether you
ing-Oxford Lake Line vs. First Nat. buy or lnot-soinie o4f the tiand-almet.-
Bank. The jury returned a verdict and cheapest High-class Walniut
for the plaintiff for $2.632.1;6. Bed-room Sets ever exhibited( her-.
The following were situnmoned to go to O. 3M. Pryor's Bargain Furni
serve as jurors: U. M. Gentry, J. ture Hou--.
W. Katin, W. B. McDavid, K.- -
Yonge, W. L. Tharp, Jr., H.S. Ham- PROPOSA.LS
iiac, Win. Bentley, W. A. Miller. T. --
J. Davidson. J. W. White. WV. D'C. To Furnish FrepIh Water at the Santa
Kessler, E. H. Goldstuker. IlRosa Sound quarantine ltat.i n.
The minute book of the court is a
marvel of neatness. Proposals are invited to sink or


1n "Women Editors in Dixic."
o "XWomen Editors in Dixie" is the
attractive title of an interesting ar
t- ticle in Success for April.
It is by the clever pen of Mrs
a Myrta Lockett Avary. the noted
.t New York journalist and author
e whose interest in her sisters of the
,s South is never failing.
s In her excellent paper Mrs. Avary
- gives generous prasie to such well
n known workers in the journali-ti
e field as Mis. Page ( "f Tenn.!-s'ee
il Mrs. Mahoney of Georgia. Mi-i-
Helen Pitkin of Louisiana, and iu-
Imerous (others.
;t
. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure throat
anil tung trouble without faii. l-'ir g'rippl .
Titrlt IU/t anid i (I-tD-S-i.-tt,- COU.th i, *, ,'ld
* It i, the t e-'t re-n:edy o(ffe.e(I tt) it.,- L..: .
'I It- do-te 'it r t ;mis>li nl, a to;lvle c,-- %'Y
-2.- tC "-.

f Osceola Easter Itall
A few evewnini. ago the Iintih.r-
Sof the Osceola club )met tio illiihin
c t'o liittEes for a grand. i:all to i) 1
give-il o(n Ea-ter Mnotdliy nighth.
t A- this 1- the first aiitl; r if ti e
- eaison, owing to rlp.ir ;linlI in:,-
. provemilet- going on, i. will ti,
l e likt'd forward teo With -r, "t t, li_'!,t
by so-'ie ty belles ad ih aine x.
hf T I '-Ilecl 'U dli n ii le I'onl. ,,I-
cl moved a:i d pillaired. wili tI!oz',, ,i' i.
it- doers for the fir-t tinmei aiiid, "i-
(evonlt proini-t t) be- ;I .-we- ll -1 f. in
..very r'
liInringt the nummner SCu;->n. c:*..',; -
Coelite upoIll u1 su. ddf- ly ll ; d TI t I1. "in
inutil the lainl is drivev' awa.y lyV ;
(dieo- or two of PAIN-Kl .i.il-; thl'e0
c-lltetrated cture fir' all stii liit r ',tiIt
p1la iit.-. f l',ii -in i pll- i'l'iliii,+m-4 t.) t
mos-t ;igviravated forill- ew. '!iotlerl;i
l11101 l-t or dysentery. N >,e lioilh-iild
-litoui(i he- without tl- I':ii'-Kliller.
Avoid sub-titiwtes. tlii- i- I it ,*,ie
Pailn-Killer, Perry Davi-'. ,'.c. anhl
5oc.

1'IFI,4H ,- "litlP I l"f
A t V J. V idi:tl'. C'tll ;,...,, 1 ,1 .

MIILIrNE.lIY NL\VS.
),Mrs i tCeip i.% oif'-rina a- Sp!i u-al
I 'eadIPIs l T lis W .-k.
4 Spiray Bunch Rosebud fiiliac-.
ollv 20 cent'.
3-4 pray Bu:chi \'iol--t I'l.i? i ,.
only 2,' cent--.
In My I'attern flat I)epartmenti
You will find -onil't extra tyinl v:,l-
u-s. We arte lumakinir rllin iie tii-
dopar' nent for ,it arrival tf oieur
new Ea-ter novelties.
In My Trtiinied Hat Department
Yoi can buiiv a :nic- trilimntd Chic
Ifat for $l. -' 1 .Iti a;id It1.74. in L, ,I .
horns. .Mixed raia-. etc.
( e to Mris. \i I'hllin'.s.

Hannah Br,)'. are aQi#-nt- for DP-
Wees' Cougih Cure. Diarrh,-a Repiin
edy and Witch Haz-l Salve. They i
guarantee all three of these prepara-
tions and will cheerfully refund the
money to any one who uses them
without being benefited. Price *25
cents each.

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* tomad and tequate. proteUn-tbhose that.: r.,-, -U,...-g Motto: Absolute Purity.
Are cele.d ,*Oted and those t should be. Grand display of Imported Hats.
Thw I lloiwiug. from the Palatka Turbans and Bonnets. Thursday. Go to P. W. Smith's f t
Tamnw-H.raid. as not only a state- Friday and Saturday. April 5, 6and ,plt.oof the W p shis 7
-.. ..- ..--- -- 7. Remember dat,. All invited. 8. ...- Q- -


bore wells at the Santa Rosa Sound
Quarantine Station, Banta Rosa
e
- sound, for the purpose of furnishing
a bountiful supply of pure drinking
, water. W.m1. K. HVER,
Agent State Board of Health, Es-
cambia county. 31in6t

1 GOING DOWN HILL.
People suffering from kidney di-
e:ti-s if-el a f'radutal but steady I~ '--
of vitality T'hevy -lhould lose no1(
timu in trying Foley's Kidney Cure.
It i- giiar:inteed. W. A. D'Alem-

Your Credit is Good
For inythintl in our lhouno. \Wo hav
:i I.trL'a- :t-zirtilmnp t tof ('-'i c!i-' ,I }lw(e
,Iinn '-. "To'ilt P(ts and I '-dro(.ll
u t,-. lr'ii lI'cd-tid- ;at ,-I up.
0. M. l'IPRYIt's
B.,rgain Furniture IIiti-o. 1



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S Pretty Phaetons.
CAR LOAD P ICE S!rries; E02d Carts, OtE E

Any and Every Style! Top Buggies.

BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.
First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Lon:-
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Everybody needs a tonic tihIee n- A v.,A..
lazy spring days to drive away that
tired feeling. Mountain Mitrt Tonic )Our REFRIGERATORS are Guarant-,d t, K. i
does this. It invigorates and puri- and take- ai lower temnpe-r turi- t');ian any other on th- inark,.
files the blood. It cures the worst They have an Ab-olut,- DRY A IR PROVISION CHAAM.
cases of indigestion. It cures per- WarraLjted Absolutely <)dorle--.
manently all stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well; the weak
strong; and it iives one who is all f-3,Our Ice Cream Freezers '
run down a new lease on life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint WARRANTED TO FREEZE IN ;1 MIN -
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
people in Pensacola, everyone of
whom heartily recommends it as the 'Prices no Higher tLhn for Inf,-rior makes. Con,.i t .
best tonic they ever used. It does plain them to yvu.
more than we claim for it. One dol-
lar per bottle, six bottles for five dol- h
lars. Try it. It is made in Pensa- 't 'S S G E R (T -)1N ^


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THE SHIPPING BILL. DEEP BRAFT VESEIB.
NOTES ,,. ....., cardinal p Ft ,h in A List of The That Are Now Ready
the Relport of the Commnitte.. Ior ea.
Chairman Charles H. (rosvenor On the slate at the Bar Pilots'
rt-tr of the house committee on merchant (,teice to-day apIpears a li-t of vessels
marnil' and fisherie-, favorably ro ready for sa-the deepest draft *f
p orted toe amne:ided sh.ippitig bill any lii- ti.tt ever appeared on the
la-t Saturday. aceomppanied by an late-i_:dicating that as soon as it
:.i.rate report p.,.i.tir .ut it is ad- becotn i. ,, ,r ,norallv known that


: .autage to th!- nation. Thle report we ha:ve nli.ient wat-r to tloat
,,:.tains valuable ,-.tt!-tic l infer- deep draft ves-els, larger commercial
A ,,.., atiloni which should insure favor- vessels will seek charters here. The
able consideration of the bill. Mr. list is as follows:
i-tI.... *:- tro'-venor. in his report. points ou: Flagship New York, 27 feet.
S. t',o cardinal pl)urpos.- of the bill, a3 Battleship Texas. 25.6 feet.
: f,,lowa: rRu-nsian ship ('olumbu-, 2', 2 f(+et.
.. lt u ,,:.oi. .. eid real iracli-l way--and noi Briti.hi steatmship Cilurnunm. 2.;
-.- l.. 'it u der existing .oin ting -. the oily .
,p.ilat.- way-idr bringing to tlhe greatest feet.
., t. {.f ,, laI- I;ll- -xti-tpoesible, our owl foreign trad- back Swedish bark Dharwar. 22:1 feet.
SItI -.-ca, tour own bands. and tthu-aving to our Italian bark Trento, 21.6 feet.
country certainly more than iS.OlU ,4tili,
,. .I ,u'iak ,rig- trasn.portation money annuanlv. which Italian bark Bersagliere, 21 feet.
S t u k ow goe* to incre-ase the wt-ai.h of other Norwegian bark Frigga. 21)9 feet.
1 1: *. l -.-t ,l.ola. nations. Italian bark Venezian. 21 feet.
To greatly Increase the exportation I anbr enezian. eet.
ir N, 'ratn, vr ;ahll and al4- (of all kind of outr uperabuindant -
S ,-" tl.,," .i- i.- 0 i 'pruductionts. and especially in th" va.t re- A Powder Mill Explosion
... ,onof Eatern Atila. evidently very ot n ,.
,to t-openD-d to the trade of tbe world. Thbli Removes everything in sight; so
. M,,,.i. .rrvd na a trade that the nation best prepared to do drastic mineral till. but hoth
.... et-iag e In will nccenaraly get th reader aremighty dangerous Don'tadyna-
; .".. -t:r rt'.t- a ,-z- ;roortion of by t own ships nuder its n'td na-
.. a flag. and with its own postal facilities- mite tt.e delicate machinery of your
a-d its own commercial establisbments for body with calomel, croton oil or
\ j- +.,5'i-r -, I t ife ,f tte dtepoal of Its productions.
Sf o brit anto e.teinc .at the earlit aloes pills. when Dr. King's New
,* ..gta .t i!iFte "--i p,.-tblmtim,-a great Amercan flt onatmor- Life Pilil, which are gentle ui a,
.fln tetf o.Pit.t)ii t nourownecountry, with summer brefezp, do thle work per-
Sour owu nImaterlas and by our own l,,r, as fetly. Cursp Headtaes. (.onttila-
SS S N ew a IO-t iece $agry in -anD of national aid and c"> O y' t a t NV A. D 'Alpli-
.. ;onal af in tm of trtol ton. Oy ct. at \. A. D Ale
.: ** '* ',: ** ~war, or other disturbance the probabllty berte'L.
Sr 6anich is unhappily not small. even now.
4 To increase thia- riumnber of our citizens'.
StI.a-;, t.;t.'k :* I :tre -. twhi will hteducated ian afaring work.and Order Shrirnp from Vidal. Phone
S. ..tau-. i i. tll thu bavethte skilI and Iw better 154.
"* A | t,.,;- t defend th, honor and int i ,tii country o(n the' -a, hiow'-vcr saddtlf'ly
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itemnarka.le C ure of Rheiumatisma
K ENNA. Jackson Co., W. Va.
Ahout thr-.v yv,-.ar- ago lmy wifet
!;:>d atn attack of rtheumati-mn whichI
c'.ntiin,-d lh- r t4i her bed tfour a lina)nta!
,ti r d ,a-rad h,'.r ttunaL l t walk a
-t.*; without, t a-!i-tmlce. lier lihlbs
ht- i; -w.,Ii,-n t., d. iubl,. tit-eir ln- ornl.tl
-iz-. Mr.S'.Maddox in-i-ted on my
,i-in:: t.t(a herlain' I' ain Halnh.
I ;:-i !.: a- .1 a ; ifty c.- at little atid
i-e il it atc',r'f. ln to t; a t- (!ir-(.'cti,,
atlt thei- n-xt Trarniirlng -he walked to
i:, .'tkf.,-t without a -li-ta:ice iin :in ly
in itn -r. and Qiue ihas not had at -iil-
lar attack -inrce.-A. I. Pl.\l-,N><.
F.r -af lby Hannah BIro-.. 2' *.'-ut:.
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FINE SHRIMP
At V. J. Vidal's. Phone 1.,4. Ord-r
quick.


Pep-in Pe; perinint W:iaf.-i- aid di-
a+stion. Ask your de ler tfor th'l in
NAVAL STOI'.'S MAItKET.
Reported Datly for The News hy
Merser. A. M. Mores & Co.
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Go to P. W. Smith's
for photos of the war
ships, 7 South Palafox,
Alpha Pharmacy.


Some Ir terestl0 Figures.


capitall of the Four Great Ilanks ,of the World.


k, I ti :-h. tShe .if-eria'r Bank of England,
w y T. I-ntly -tr ick#,n with ap>- **
.,.1 i..- ,lii.t at the. re-i-Bank of France, .

S..: Mnd.y v.nt arrivi. Imperial Bank of Germany, .
-. I. Altrt-ti aid rMr. a Bank of Russia, .
- If H J-ra-iai- of IDetroit.
I*.. ,n,.,,,er" .4f Sjpring If ll flap- total, *
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;r ,,fa ti,r ia f.-.tival Frid:av FUIOS HELD IY THE MUTUAL LIFE IISURINCE COMPiIY
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36,500,000
28,560,000
25,714,920

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Or $125,021,682 more than the combined
capital of these famous banks.
Th:I 1i,'\ f riaa a af Il i,' 4 of 11t.il N 1' :11l I if.- la i r:>at ( ', :Ii.: <"
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


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W. G. CHIPLEY, AGENT,


PENSACOLA. FLA.


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4- unless you can't help yourself.
Every Dollar spent in our
store entitles you to a ticket
which give you a chance for the
4 beautiful Machine displayed in
our show window. Lucky num-
ber announced May 1.

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Using Using
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Face Humors
Pimples, blackheads, simple rashes,
red, rough hands, falling hair, and
baby blemishes prevented by CuTI-
CURA SOAP, a sure preventive of in-
flammation and clogging of the Pores.
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ROWING REGATTA.
News of the Amateur Oarsmen's Com-
Ing llegatta.
The New Orleans Times-Democrat
of yesterday says:
After all it looks as though the
next anuu il regatta of the Southern
Amiattiur Rowinz A-Aociation will
take place in Lake Pontchartrain.
TI'e Pi-ns.icola Boat Club was very
ntixious to have the regatta take
place in Florida waters, but from
present indications the chances are
very much against it. There are five
owin clubs in New Orleans, and
tl, -.iecial committee appointed by
hie a;--ociatioti to sel-ect a place for
the regatta decided tliat ab, ut $70)
would beI needed to pay thl- ex-
penses- f th" l,.-al 1a in-n to
P't i-;lc' :It and iAtrt Th''ii' 'e-
ial c ,; tin itt,., i;m t l:>-t niii ht. A
letter fro, t!)l -n t ilt!) wat-
**.id a idit l',!i thi" tri'ndl if it it I
*\ ;a-tut tlati' :;, i -prie a't -;tk d by the
,wa::l *iar~ ,I-i i- l1 ittl- -t,- p. 'I h,
cominmittef- Vw il t -,ldri' -; aI, at lt r<'I ',e i -
tann:ii';atii!'n t' ) the I'en-:tic l:t club.
'The c'4ilmiauttete will make its r-purt
tao t4he af ', iatiol at tl:e meeting
called for Sunday, April b
James J. Woulte and several either
inuimberr. of the committee will call
n (C. D. wVyman, general ml1:n.1,,1 r
)f the New Orleans aund City t il-
,oad for the purpose of asking- Ir.
Wyman to i ntere-t himself in the
>s 'ociation.
It is not at all unlikely that the
championship regatta of the Na-
iional Asocation of Amateur Oari-
len will taKe place in this city inl
904. James J. Woulfe, who is a
delegate from the Y. M. 0. C. to the
Association, i; making a strong bid
or the revatta, arid he is very hope-
ful of success. There is a general
evival of int-rest in aquatics in this
city, and if the oarsmen would only
how the proper spirit there would
be very little trouble in securing the
championship regatta for New Or:
means.


Shrimp at Vidal's. Phone 154.
SPANISH M ICKEREIj.
Plenty of flue ones to-day, served
in any style, at Nic Apostle's restau-
rant.
We will l:uindr yur sqreadui for
"15 cents each' aid iatake titheml look
like new. Star Lauindry.
\\', niay iv. w tihotlt lov \. e in:ay l.v'-
N it% I t tihon k .,
Hut ae vilt .'.i iallu ca ittin ot liv.' Vwitiilt
--Owwn tMer,,l.th.
Andl our cooks -;Icatiiiot ("-,.k wit!;-
,,lt t011 lIl.ttt ill- ll terS-;l|'y t" CuII-
- rlat.- uieal.t. 'I'Tla i intri;al-, ian
,,rtd-r to prodi ueiti g,< d, wivh le'ailin
f od. tut -t hi- of tI ;a l)t,.w t qItItlity. To
pr c rllr tI-;- 'i 'fC the da -ir-.d (quali y
We' !t!-;t t I tl r TI r2lit pla.t' ftr
thenll. Tl'o t .'ilI '+w-c'a. ,t<- t- V 0ry I1
t:taniliar wit:h t i.- s'ubjlct will tell
.*,,u. i- J.wieby'- '
\W llItL t. 11.1-i- 2t ill t t. w Iy o
fir-t-'laa--. Il,:l'-i;:td id miat-ri:A'-, fior
m \i ; l. whoto-o if-livin lo. d-
-lit t ltr tl.e gd-'" tlian-elv,---yot
"i)L'it pi"t 1:1 ;t \ '! .-lAil:r",w. \V1 at
!,a lta-' 2,)t car! -Cali' tl-y i, l r',rn -d
witlaut vi-itinl that w nilld''rfful
p a. I re hi k ap' s (;IIa'lli t
*'-r-r t i:tg g)ad t' via taa vi ti:.l ;
wt'-!;p a'r -iirlpply an army, a:nd ill-
a scti.Z tha-' *a' r 'lla)ils vaf-iety 41f
to,- ,'h,,!l -;;';>lie- a:f every im:i3L:> in-
:i0la d ,' ii;Ptjili. eva rIv iIi'' eC:-- "r caa .ei el- rt :at will.
a n(d a lii 641l1 11 in ll nvy 11 rk i..
"'\'1 i lian '!' _hft ati f;tlit 'y. 1l1 tlh -.
; :)! ii. !in'viit1 l-lhfd trut ih. It yoni
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Go to P. W. Smith's fo-
Photos of the war ship. 7
S Palafox, Alpha Phar-
macy.

Baef the The air You Has Always 81;
Si gattre

.'o refrigerator on the
market can equal those sold
by Marston Fi/cli. Call
and see that beauties they
are.


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


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Schwartz,


Proprietor.


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'NEW ARRIVALS!K--

OUR first announcement of New Arivals of Spring

Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety

,of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists.
WVe carry all kinds; the largest assortment in the

city of well known brands. Among them the famous

S" (riffln /hand,'m famous for fit, style and fiDish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can deny.


This fact no


You may form some


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive

Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than

heretofore by reason of our Motto: "Sil:.i- Clt-.\xI ANP

TII:RI-:; I.NCR!.ASI" Til.: BUSINESS.


New
Arrivals!


LACS AND EMBROIDERIES! A ivs


Our Centre 'iTabl- artc ;.raniing bene.lth Ia Lvrdly siare ,of the Newe-t
T'lhin-s ti L.;ct a:id Embroideries.
.Swi- s El.in ata d l-sertion, Hamburg Edgini and in -ertion_
V\ale cia Lac' e anid Insertions.
Machine T"rchon Edging aind Insertion,
(; rimani Torchlo Edging', Apliqu i Lacet and Inortion,
Point de Spreit, Orient;! and Plat Val. I.a;. .
.>oou Rkeiniiant- Hamburg Edgin,. six yard length-. wort i 75c. to -,, at rc.



Sweeping Sale of Muslin Underwear! *

One Lot Child's Drawers, hemmed aiM.* tucked. size- I anid 2, :lt.... lic pair
sizes :3, 4, 5 and 6;, only............ ................................... l.',c pair
One Lot Child's Trintned Drawers at Cost Mark.
One Lot Child's Trimmed Gown, at Cost Mark.
One Lot Child's Trimmed Skirts at Co't Mark.
One Lot Misses' Trimmed Gowns at C.-t Mark.
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed ('hemise, worth 3-'e for................2.)' eact
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Cambric Chemise, worth T.*o for.......4,>c eac.

MgOne Lot Odds and Endsa
Jn Ladies' Skirts and Gowns to Close Out at Cost Mark Price.


Investigate the Convertible


Term Contracts


-4 () THE-

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.

D A V ID E D R E H I, ,.-. 1: ,,. ,,' I,, T-.P N ,,', ., .,*-- -


LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole &gents.


Old Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.

:i--Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.--: -


Furniture at all Prices.



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CASTO R IA Nlick Apostle's Restaurant.
For Infaut a-d Children. --
TuKil Yn Hum Al s e ,( rt 0:der,.Promptiv, Oered aal,,,,a ,.
T K Y i~ FsMh a1rd 0yM (D 3 IDo All i ylt.
Bears ten* o --* Fish atd Oysptm in ll Anyn


GEO. A. rE'I'rsON,
xsal,-r in
B8eyel aiid Bieyele Sadries.
Age it for Ramb er. Cleveland anJ Kacvre;>
Michc.es. 1i14 Years ezxperona in K E.--
paring r of ticyc:e.. C'asb Rt gi.t-r.,
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Emma Coghlan Insae.
NEw YORK. April 2.-Miss K mna
Coghlan, sister of Rose Coghlan, the ac-
tres, and herself well known on the
stage, has been taken to Bellevue hos-
pital. apparently insane. She has been
ill several days and had become so vio-
lent that her physician directed that she
be sent to Pofllevue.
Will lHeaflrin Chicago Platform.
Cik.'A,4'. April 2.-Th,- Democratic
nationlil (c4inn'i:itt e has i-su..l a circular
uriung that :ill .-t-gates to, rhe_ Kansas.
City c iv.-nwitn ii. **istrrncted for the
ri hfirn;;rin tf the 'hicago platform
andl the c.aUmdiate.' loyal to it in l'96 and
1,,yulnow.'" _
('harge 1 With Embezzlement.
TACO-'M. April 2.-J. B. Thompson,
chief city d, t r,'tive, and A. J. Hospor,
hi-. nu'pih-vw. wer- arre.st,.l last night by
-heriff Vandfl'tvnter and two deputies of
ot:1.- on a chlar.;z of emnbezzing $20,-
ef:n fr,!n HI. a 3cre4rry <..al.
Lxinp:iAt4 Floanted.
G(IALV':..T'>N. Ar.ni 2.-The Mallory
liue -r.-aii'si:p Lunj Ais. which has
be.-n agr.iand on a mud bank within half
a mi.e of her wharf here for the last
S pigh. days. ha-,N-t tu fl.ated. The ves-
sel i. practically uninjured.
W .,aro" yli w'nt -1 l i n ll-t!i n t" ho-.l
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all thi trie."- I 'ti'it Firee l'r.e s.


--I think I woul1 s"o crazy with
pain were It noit for Ch;aibevr!ain'si
Piii ihilin." wi ite' Mr. W H. Sta-
pl-tiip. H-iniiie, Pa. "I have been
:fh iete.id with r :;I i t:un:t i-mn for ,-veral
'. ,I and lhav tri uel r.ine aits with-
'iUt nuiiibi:i but Pain B i!in is th"
h "-t iie'n it' 1 1' i'.v' .-f. t hold of."
( I : :: t;' iict'.!i ir iir.'v- the p-4in.
F '" !-ls t'" lii a ...... 1'. ..... 21 S. P.,l-
:.f x -tX I -t.
C AsM.9IC TO T L A..
'ars the lip 0

WING, HOP GOre,,





-Importe's and LDea!ers in-
Chinese and Japanese
-=Fancy Goods,=*
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No 31 8-uth Palaftx Sieert,


Laundry Office


PENSACOLA. FLA


BARGAINS


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ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANSES THE SYSTEM
p.L'5 EFFECTUALLY,

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ITS bu~t'l EC'T S.

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wavs ,n ANCIENT whoi u-ed
to burnii wood.
i, f.'r BILLS that lie paid
when he could.
was tl:-( COAL that lie after-
wards hougLht.
is t.he DIRIT and DUbT that it
bru..lt.
i- tohe EVIL the-- t!ii:n.s
bioUtou t to p.i-t .
wat hi- FOLLY in not il ir;

i- t' e GAS r (;crge u-(d ill hi-
'-tc.V'.
- the (HEIGHT of j.y &a'-
ir ,i..:ht to l;i- i 1 :ie.
, ItN- I1NDIA N ; he doe-n't
tu- GAS'.
v-'lirr-t n e it, for J the.
JA(CKASS.
i- t, KI I'C'HE-N wI t r,, G(AS
is th- :tie'l
is t ii IAU'NrDIrY, tliey'er
bathi of 'tiii c 'el.
i the .M10NEY. Y aved by" a
Gas Rlaig-.
is for NOW, the be-it time for
a chalii*e.
is the OFFER thle Conipatny
linake".
j- the PROFIT, don't make a
mistake.
i-, for QU'ESTION; no ques-
tion at al: !
i-. the RANGE you should
buy before Fall.
is the SAVING yoa nilak'., if
you do.
is the TIME and TROUBLE
saved, too.
i- the I'NION of Comfort
and thrift.
is VEXATION, i.ow cut it
adrift.
i- WISDI)OM ini having ini
Cl1 at 11 e
pl Ii' i 'r,,, IDclars ti buy a

i- for YOl' pilt. as.- .;,-,erve a-
i our ZI':AL, ;o -:pIly ,u
WY :li

sazsseal* WUTUWrr a* aes.
Apples be so divers of form and sub-
stance that It were infinite to describe
them alL Some consist more of alre
then water, as sour puffs called Mala
pulmonea; others more of water then
wind, as sour Castarms and Pomne wa-
ters. To be short, all apples may be
sorted into three kinds, sweet. sure
and unsavory. Sweet apples ease the
cough, quench thirst, cur iielancholly.
comfort the heart and head, specially
if they be fragrant and o.loriferius.
and also give a laudla.'le n.uri;hinint.
Soure apples hinder spiitin'f. straltn
the best, ripe and hurt the stronimch.
increase phllreinl i Vca'kelii ii.mon'Iry.
Sweet ap :*e t-i l''-e eaten at thie
belini!n?; (if 11':it,. Itn s uire andi tart
apl'es at the hltt -r ni 1.. Al apples are
w ,r-t rav. an:' l I -t I ):.l or preserv-
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r':!.- a tf r : l 1 h I .y stri\ -r.l
T io:;i:i Mo;'i ,t i;a !7,75.'
TheP l '.l ii Uh' <'or!cl.
a-






\Ve believe ('':tbnhrraiii'S (',,!u
Rinf idy i- thie bp-t ili t t h orild. A
*-rw weth loI wti re. it' red, dwit!ia
sev-r eri od and a tron hlenp 'oiili
in-it- it t i cur owi l >i i ,r 1;.I r-
we pIi :\-h ed ;i b htl-- -a.,- if it
would atf'evt u-. It c( ri'd-.l i- bhe for'
th.e bottle wea- m1i'-' ti::ian half I-~Pl.
It i--; ,li be-, *i dii n. : ',,r c.ills
and conIzh-.- -1'l He~r:sil. A ---
vill,, InJ. F al] h Jiv ,.:! h
Iro-.. 2'. j iS. l tafox -tr. .

Furniture on Credit
Mo-. t beautiful lir. *i f -if -' boardi-
"ver shown ill tlh- city. W ard.t, -..,
with l1w'"s donors if every descrip-
tion. frtm the cheapest to the filnet.
RIll-top secretary ca~P~ elegantly
flni-lh d, a fine line of china clo~ets.
auid Pverything contained in a first-
clad- furniture store at 0. M. Pryor's
Bargain Furniture Hou-e.
At C. V Thompson's.
Crane's Ladies' Note Paper, and
Envelopes to match.
Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.
Hurd's Parchment.
Invitation Paper and Envelopes.
Linen Tablets.
Frosted Velum and Envelopes.
English Note; Satin Wove: Ti!.ueP
Paper; Denni-on's Crepp. Etc.. with
Hi general assortment of stationery.
C. V. THoMPSON,
No. 30 South Palafox Stree-t.


GUGENHEIM'S


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Solo Agents for Ceebrated YELLoC- LABEL .-,:
9 ,--other Hioh;'-" ade Wi-'kies.-- -


PROPRIETORS


JUST OPENED.


Niw GE'icr


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----Everything New and


T he M ,)-t A r :,- v... i.i: t .*,- Eytti- L ( ity. l:-._ ; :. ,,r -. -- .
and ,i .-i.>: (); .! r- "-rvnd ;t all .,ur-1. 1**1..* l \ -..k!y 1: :-

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,
14 EAST GOVERNMENT RTRTET.


Cold Weather
Coming. '.,r .
ord,'rpb fncJ I et i% l- : % 11
toie. (',474vI Y4.u 4eafl ro-'ne-ii pt-
ior IAfienzng ju rp4 -v'. ist r.A-tb4 :.ii ..


Tolephoris No. 14-.


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All High Cut Shoes in iPwe drw ,r ..w,, i- t -o ..-.-, r ., ..e ,.
Germ,& .u r;ii ,. M ri'; italy, Hoillund, -; .*,, c*.ia', i, r.. ,.
M en's, TLadies', M isses'way. mwd ,,. Dei:,:.,. ,no :,.*r r :-.., *. ..-.. .r,.
Children's at reduced w'Vesse! Dt bureed apon dh .'-c, Iave-,.-bi.. T"- ...
Obligpa ioht Takeu Payablei as Pr of Il>s1 .,1nA tsol Ten "r rIf- .
prices. .. **it, vw A. nve .u.nr-.


A Special Sacrifice!

:30 Pairs Ladies' Vici Kid Spring
Heel Button and Lace Shos
for only


$1.25.


REIAUI..AR PRIC(E$2 41.


Don't Miss It s


1'HD 4 ; Y 'I'i!'


%: f R P.ES$!3. C-,r fr s.

pesacda Gat Col,
?TO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST.

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$26509fhKI


E id ,,rs-. ; l v ;. i'iys'ci 1: ,:- t! ,
inly H -r ab-'.!u:e.-y Iree: t 'it n ;Jaii-

Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PENSACOLA.
Mi' T*t nn Pnn at rlil onl-nr.


'I -U -: ,- :


TRUNKS.


PW3Safety Deposit Boxei for Reszt in Conneotle.i
with whiho we have a Priiatp. Apartiomt for th4 U;.
of Resto.r-



McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.'

MItnfa iers ef aut RNdqW rters for t!e


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,
Colpetk rtit alWs M a ad bak = i cautr.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1900.


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WAITED


Plan... Tha tloxletae. THE BEEHIVE.
Ruibldbewe. Lutterflles end beetles
are habitual drunkards. In some of Contract the space in the hire to the
thle southern states insects alight on Size of th. colony.
certain plants, drink heartily from the .j L, ,t :.ni fertile qi..en keeps the
I.lo .sozIus and fall to the ground stu- Iiv.. full ,f Ie,.e- l I;ing the se:x.-,>i.
p-'tie-d. After aw while they rise and fly I l) not offer to fe.eil liquid food to b1,'4-
arounl. just as drunken men would do t In winter; it is aliist sure dta:h to a
:t they had the power of flying. Their colony.
..II a ri- espsc;;I!ly.v amusing unless lI om- nli h r l ii. rn1l4--teid at nii it.
..: .! s n t knottI \ :1it is the trouble. ani i *,.rk .:: !;,en L.- dotw, with thel::i
In tCis case the susli.i>.n tl.at tihe iu- ith '' i- 'L'f -ioIl.
-,t \v>;'o!d .La gs .e crai:zy is upper- I, y ,i. v'. li-re. c,,oe l ii toi be built
f ut. fulni'i-' l l b-. wv \itli fouutidatioi., using
full -h. l 't ia tili framlies.
A scientist who Lad observed the
liiing the wings of the queeU pret-
lIr..ming aud its results collected a lTint irst sew rm a they a uscondin,.
.uasp,.uLfu1l of the '4o.llen to see if iti lut ,!,.- ni,,t always plrevenut l.,ing the
ud.,uld af:lct a tnan thit sale way. lIe que.n.
\% allowed It aind in a few minutes B.,es seem to seek naturally a span be-
f,,uiiJd his pulse beatiting faster and a twtI.l-n I 'o coilis. and the qnieenix sell.oun
rt-- of ti nperature. Then he distilled goes tIl the outside 4om1inl, of a hive unless
i... of the blossonis and gave himself she1 ie- em"iPiill-ed to fr want of rooini; >so
a li.\podermic injection in the arm. He that a nw,.leis ,of two or three combs is
I.-C.:nie decidedly dizzy as a result. By better than one.
further experiments he found an oil de- I I'r-plis is the guIm or varnish that bees
., from these plants which affects ollt for varnishing over the inside of
I their hives, tilling cracks and crevices,
i:,ua: I elungs and animals alike.-New
cen-II tin|; loh s,, pieces of the hive to-
Y ,t I*Teh-gram. g,.tlhr and for making things fast andl
tlo,.- g,-nurrally. It collects in time in
The Rogue Saved the Judge. old hive.s and eCmilIhs.-St. A judge of the English high court
t :I-i ,n- arrested on suspicion of hav- I Mike All Over.
.i.. burglarious designs on the house Mr. Duffy-Mrs. Kelly, it pains me t'
*,, a friend in Mayfair. The police infarni yez thot yure hoosband has Jist
o,.,.rr (!:irgd him in the police sta- bin blowed oop bol a doinamolte ear-
ti,, wit hi loitering with felonious intent. thridge. We found his head in wan lot.
anll the prisoner's description of him- an his body in another lot, an his ligs
.-,lf as ,rin of her nmajesty's judges was In another lot, an his arms an fate In
i... i',l with a grin of sarcastic derl- another lot.
:, Mrs. Kelly (proudly) BegorraI,.
.\At tl:t moment nn old offender was tiot's Moike all over:-Harper's Week-
.Il:!,.t in who hlilappened to catch ly.
-.-:lt ,f lhii lordship's face. which he --
La, .... r-ason to renimember. I.:.(<;I*llAT1l ; (CA I)1ATI.S
1* ",u L.i're. my lord li he exclaimed,
S.. .%ntl Dnlel a'Pl It thhie ~ f 'ile I 'V > oi-nven
\\ ; uli tliif,'i:n<' I : ,ktih IIn at P4 t elion, April II.
t'. b 1" :n1h ocktiahtinitsfl
SL. r.g:ue's un-oliclted corroboration I.',llowing are the c(ani(jdates fa,
! T i jtilg,'s decl:al-ation saved( the th- l,.' -lature uasl thle liit of dele-
s.t;;:i'.. l. :inul his lurdshipl was allowed Late- to tit,- ('oii ty dt'l-eocr:itijc coil-
toe 0 in p,,' :i v.-inti>n; at 'Powelt lin. April 14. dor-zfl hy the Workin mliien. I)De-io-


"'1a-e,-C (onnolement.
S a' '' *. 'n: I fluznil a gray hair in

I.- i .1i .,;lt to I'be gUll of it. If
Y-:r l::i:r sh-!i.ml turn gray. it would
.. f fI 4 ..-o.. -4F 4 i 1 -- ,-


G__OLD DUST.


OUR


NAME'S


PANTS !-


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critic club:
For tlie Legilature.
C. MoNreno Jonpe-.
H. (C. Clapton.


-11 i nT ti. i ffct of1 TnhoQe wrinkles you 'I)legates to countyy (Convention.
. e;:tt g.-Ilnd:anapolis Press. Pre-inct 12-H. H. Wicke, F. R.
... .P.. m l' .u. H. A. Credille, W in. Carnni-
,I. IRIN(; 1 GRI PP <;lll 'l-; (() ch.iel. Those. 0. Rivers.
(i. .%\ ,. l17( ,0,ood St.. Chicl-- Preeinct 1:;-J. F. L. Quina. Ar-1
S %. -a: ".Mv wif. had a veryv thur Join-ion. J. C. Avery, J. Whit-
\.-re cae-,. oI Ia taripp. ani it le-ft hier io Hargi.i, Jas. L. Sweeney.
with v,. a gh. h tried a Precinct 14--Gus Eitzen. J. E.
4tttle 0,f Foiey's Honey and Tar and Baars, A. I-. Zelius, H. G. D)eSilva.
it rave iiiinediato r-l ef. A 5 ') Centt Ja.. O'Brien.
hi'1tl,- e(n..u h,.r cm'gh entirely." Precinct 15--Tho-. John)on. .Johnl
I'r ei 2.v-c. an id .N. \\ A. D'Alein- It. .Jl,nes. F. E. Comniyns, W. A.
tthf to.. Du.,ham. H. A. Waters. 14m-tf



Strengthens the Child,
wl J | J I Makes Teething Easy.
S(Teethin Powders) TEETHINA lRlives the Bowe
AS A, 16 Troubles of Children of
Costs umly25 cets at Drggists, ANY AGE.
Or .irall n iernt to C. J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS. MO.


SOMETHING NEW


-40EVRRV DAVW,


ctg to boy all kieds of Seemc &w..A..&.&
0-to Fauies.*rchaadiss. Ac. &or- A
Oclr~t Bx142. I L


&- -4c L..W p--A"-c-o,% "4" ,-
LEWIS BEAR & CO., Wholesale Dealers, Pensacola

TIME TART.R.

LOUtsvivLLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN l-'FFECr .1ANI'AIY 2'7. 1900.


No. t".
12:4.1 noon
: 15 p In
4:12 p ill
,, ::o p 111
6:00 p In
6 :*'4 a ut
12:-25 nooni
4.i 6 ip


No. 2. i
1I1:2' p m Leave Pf'enacola .....Arrive
12:.P night Arrive .loinaton .. .Arrive
3:05ia m Arrive. .... Moble ..Arrive
7: 0 am a Arrive...New orleans .Arrive
:11) Ia ni Arrive ...Montgonmery... Arrive
7: 14p m Arrive .Nashville ..Arrive
2:.30 a in Arrive Loux- illh .. ..Arrive
7:iki a i n Arrive .....Cincliinnti ... Le v


N a. I.
4:1.5 p III
2:4.5 paIII
7 :55 a im
11:24) a xIn
2:21 a titt
10:12 p lto
6:1.) ) 1


No. 8.
.:441iaman
2 t.4l anm
12:211 night
7:45 p mn
14:::1) p III
14:l1 a im
2 :.- A ftIx
11:41Np mi


jsz;-iwzk;N PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVI LLE.
N.2. No.3:. No. No. 112.
II :51night 7:1ki is in ..Pen'.eols1110,I n Pli T~4pnin
12:11imnighit 7:;04 a m --t.Mxitoai 11-:, '1 tIII 521p Int
4:1 3f a in 14::!;-)a wIn Iel'umxak Sprintgs 1I:lt'.p tIn2:1p fit
0;:1011a MNJ 10:3148a t ..IaI fipl.ey *:tp ta 12:.r. pinj
7:.Rj Itt II I I :15 ftaIlkMartaisna ft. ... #;: 1 D In 12:1#6 noont
"':15 aa 111 12:46 ubo4fi Itiver .A unction ::.i)pIp n 10: 20 a III
7.:!.] p in .1J0%Erv~i'l:211 a i

'r~maii~
AND) MOST POPUFLAR BRANDS O)F


Washing Dish Cloths
Kitchen cloths must of course be washed daily.
otherwise they harbor grease and odors and
becomeunhealthy. They should be made of knit-
crochet-cotton, in a square of suitable size.
When you wash them, if you will add table-
spoonful of
Cold Dust Washing Powder
0 the hot water it will cut the grease and clsea
them In half the time; dry them out in the sua-
sbine and air.
Th. tove,.o taken ftm our free booklet
GOLDEN RULES FOR HoUSEWORK"
ott frte o requests to
THI M. PAUAI cK OMPANV.
OMs s. S4. LULMs ow. ewk. o6e ss4.


WE DO NOTi

buy/ pants for ad'er-

tising purposes -to sound

cheap. I'e hiUy ood pants,

pants that are made of

food goods; pants provided

with all the comforts of

home; front pockets, iratch

pockets, (to watch your

money pockets nights in

case /our wife wants to see

if she is ,getting half of

iour income) pistol pockets

and refreshment pockets.


i ir sour SUttc tit- :i id


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TPE Oiiistti ESITnprT lillT 1053!, BtI


S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.
AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
- '.V Elt ()KoK. 'PRIVATE STOCK('EN HARI)IN SOURl MASH.
VIRY HINF: FRIEI)MAN'S CELFIRATI-.D OLD I'IVATEF
-I<('( K. 12 YEARS .OLD: (01),) SILK V-LVET. KEN-
I ('KY'.S ERF:t'i'l. O. PI ITY. ANDI)
I.ol's OF IOTHE IURANDS WHICH
-' \t': \WIII NOT PERMIT
TO ME -NTION.

Ig "Th, lar..: -it arii I'-' S.l.-cted Stic'k -it ltthi W hi-ky m l
\V : t, r I aiintiy 1 '-'.


THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
... l.\i- A.r t fr ti. l',itiiiiu Piah-t Milwaukee Beer. Fri e [eliv-
esirv P'.ir: ,f t.., Cits .
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PENSACOLA. FLA.


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REAL ESTATE.
~"~i1and Insurance
AGENT*.
Pa Lift..N 't reev
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N ICOLA CASIS Al
P'E:STAURANT-O0Yb-.I.jjS-


1!'1l4e.' It 1,41W Prices.
:a a&Ld Zarrnro-a I%f t.


Telpliophie 171.4.


WImImlI, WT ES, uIOlll, 0ISo,

-:.)--BEERS, ETC., -- ::-
IN WOOD AND <;LAS

-- AT TI fE-


3AL00N,


),,ixami)Ielp't 'I's It-,!: ii'N 0. 4t


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


80LE GENTS FOR


1F'NNTANXI) FIVEWf'lT-:Y.
BIt -P)( HI LL SOURI J I.51 MAS-
YKEAl bVWTONF(Nl- YK WHISKY.

A TJI.X N;T AItEIt 9 I N K C() A Niit' Y


t WOOL PANTI

Silidi ;ax ai rck. [il in li r .f icy pa.t-
trnli- for 2.;'o ;ti it wi .l :I Ip ;in :ahlo
bt li, 'A1 I n;li liti-y t. : ,- :;lii daiv- I -
woear thl ill alt Iin : I : iil, fa r
. l l, t l ll !. i : -- i -
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Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant W ,

1 ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE ,
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. f V h Ill'" wor-t.
p { pant-.fr *1,0< th it :r -ii ply I reIat
R 0ooms for Rent by the Day, Wlekk or Month. 'patriinizc ii Partry. it -.
311, 312 North Tarragona Street, Opposite Union Depot.
0-Telephone 68.---0
----*GEO. WILSON & CO.,-.:--
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. T H E
FRE SH EGTIBLES RiCElffil DIllY,. OLElE AllD RETAIL.
at the Iel'onico. Pensacola, Florida. I r ain't ut

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CRONIeS SALOON co
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Imported and Domestic Wines, Liqnors and Cigars. The BI Tivclothier,
JUG TRADE A Urw:II 4-TA TY.


Coiner Belmont and Devillfers Ste.


PENBACOLA, FLA 509-511 8. Palafox St.


Said about b)0 pair of
long legged. sta rt legged.
slim, fat, pussy, bow
legged, straight lesgred
all sorts of legged gar-
miints, as they got out of
the boxeq and up onto.
our clothing tables.
N0O pair% of pantg in one
day is a good many. but
what about themI? Someone
are a dollar a pair, good
cassitnere pants. some
are two dollar,- a pair.
good c:;isiiit re pantt.
Some are three dollars .a
pair. goodti casinjere
pant-. So ii- are two.
three andl four dollar-s ,
pair. good worted pai.t-


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IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

Emmlarw aJn :re,
Iron, Nals, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat SuBapplies, Cooking
and Heating Stores, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,
Agate and Tinware and Houseftirnitlhing Goods.


Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.

AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere GlaLt
Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin a Rand
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Buck's Stoves
and Ranges, Wm. Coupse A o.'s Raw Hide Laoe Leather, Masary's Readv
Made Raillroad Colors.
lasonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.


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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1900.


SENATOR VEST CITES

A DEADLY PARALLEL

Rakes a Strong Point Against
Puerto Rican Bill.

BATES SPEAKS ON MEASURE


Ile Oppossev. ITariff (laiu- In BIil-Sen-
ator i~rpt-tv Make, Lengthay 7'ipech
I. ssp...ofi Pending Mieasure IC(-
Iatinjg to l-Iaasd%i.
WVA?!I]N6TO\. April 2. The *-,ate
com%*-neqd at I I t.Ylock toudav in order
that the d-!)at4' .utonVI(-Puerti RJcaunbill
mnip~thr to- 'udd The public gnile-
r-wo vweu' ll crowded.
Mr. o-.t'f Misvjxuri risiuigtoain-
tiii .-f ',invib-pon hi.i returnti, thecity
2ifter an 011 ulL('N4IiUI~t Of illu'ts hladl
91.azd !ha" ts ,lj(- evote 1v, strike 'AW1t th
jrvv i~ t. tht- Pacrt.,,Rican bfijifor ia
durtv .f .-is r.- r:'(f the Dingley dut.k'N
Itv12P h~ti ,. f] .- a ab'-.'t Mlt knd ut
paired. 11 -tat -d ti "t he' had a geu-rtil
faarwhI'. t. inemiglit wa s u~rcieunt.
Lh' 1b.--, ~-ilie wuuld have voted
41Wr .* ~ tL.(dutyV tinl l-uertA

IA'' ii.ea.- inioh he -*Lid had tl
A inl ,, 1t all tilt argarn-nt--. A
-t. r hm;!ut ti H. had mamipped 'on u
4kum-. ii dl it014rkcWT UaUM fn PIrInmNtew York
4"s Sagaxmal .Att IAk-ltttr~ -r T Ii' jhaid
mutrvit-roda .(t teLow scaltum-i~i ,ithe t-
tif- iuuIJ siuiWtJNJ% tti1ana -A*'U-
tftU*D*'4'TVo I'Ath mIV iU C~sullar Cojurt. His
W-1tit4Lve we, c':xax111t-d to inlvrl4fu-
"IFfell f..r lift- in tav New Y,-rk tpeirIt-Il-
IUUt. H11- nud (,Ltat awni iof habt~ap.c- ir-
I=* em h-- ground that ht- had not beem
git.-u a trial Ixy ury, ms visx.ur'd by the*
MA~tl~t~sIn t. reupreilit, (-turt (lde-
c~e~jri- that he L.il had a fair trial and
muup:*rvnmuuua in piriwon ': that in order to
arail hinmself i.r the sight to trial lby
jury Ut- ve'*o-1 must havt- been within
Lber t'.mt',ral lL'uus of the United Statkw.
Mr. Vest Mud it- would like any sena-
trot to explAin how the t&npreme oonrt
v~pld c~ae to that oundinon and irate
*-Dapaatxiiliv that within the trimtory
of tate I flisi~d State. the couteirution ap-
Idie-A without art iof congress.or treaty
ftapulatlon and yrt agnw tam a different
tarnff cmbe iupoeuudan the people uf
Puert-o IRii nfrt-m that kinpused 4maa
Mr. Hata'si Of Tennesqe., after the
Puerto Ric.- biLl had benkid 41f'srtuall,
be'fore the NwiLavi-, ddii'erod bi-i an'-
u,-nmomd sspeeeh ia .,ppwtirion t4o thf,
p-admetingnvamtur.
Mr. Guillwin f..L.w- with ano argu-
mesnt in fav or 'if ttv. twil.
Mr. 1), .4 I'fNt~w Ykork th-u .o
iu f~tiviir *'f4- i Jff t. lot ILLC ing i'inmus-.


POLICEE' (OUILFr.
(43-u.t* 'I wenf,44One (jawe'athe NMator
A-*esed S-d 135.
Thr- ee twetWity--4'le aejs b !e-
f re' %;I'.r l I I :I IIIii h.-lle
P-.mitrt t~h4- :uroni-n% g. f '!Jeith't



ormoue Faulk. ~Rmink-; and [Fred.
W'i.-ye*r. (-fiar.it-( l:wih 'i'-itng a pL.l. e-,
fthere e'(bi.i:amid i mid'v- ixyi' -
firprstited. we~re ''uth Ii 't-ti $1.1
Rosa ~ I tt~i-a if-vd W A'it
cvjaari,,.d witti h1tirri sbsit.
rfooltl, Wa- fj':.t-hl$141.
4 '.hatrl-. ,' t..- -na-am .l u' r !'.
et~arx'-il uwill, I-m ~i! -:~a:
Mamiac hr-oi.iu u, -te chiar-,..'. ita-
--lot Up for' 3)1 a --
Hart-4 Nikt-i ;en za l -2. lln-
-It. whit. -s'-dlitl. c. eilzo-ki Wittl, h -




wertte arev-u ''f tomA' 1inre ethbetNI'- i -
.'jpp valivy we-ttward to tIj-1: 4Io1, kyi
Wdount.4ti-: it tias ("it] ed hit ht.r
'tmp.rat~e .111dld S-net-.' Withiti
it4 tagiat.. anid Clsudilit-Z.- i.i1the
hiBi'stnrik mid Nmrq'epttp arp the
on.v u.':atimimt-i that ro-p'srt frt eiiimg
to-mpt-rattirf-. the' tr"-.t line htavigl
up'v.-d far ntirttmwirci
Pr.'ciplitottioti was4 light atnd seat-
t*-rong amid occurred at only afe
tetatiount.
In this vicinity the- weather will
be fair ttp-neurht with iticri-mAiitvg
cleedin"-su Wednesday-; plea'sanst
tooopo-rature and frv~h southerly
wiind4 will prevail.

Observer.
In akzo-t every neigttbozihood
there to; owmo 'its..whomb life' ha"4
h...'n ORsed ets ('h1.411uherlai[I,!.. Colil1'
Chtiaje miotd [)tart hlI eaR-'fltdy, or J
wflo ha- 11"s-It i tltid (of Chroismi"(it-I
oorr~t'*'a 1stthe' ii-..isVofthat medicine.
fml~fi per "titiiike a p-iitn dt fti-Mhng
Of it wth.-e-vt-r oppisrtunity offe~rs.
lusipinur that t imany be the in..anA 'f
otwit: iz otie.-t'11v#,-; or sale by


Tke nice' anld rmo sf/ -
i k liiec of rug 'and mat-
itinfx erer e.xhibited in IPe '-
xtcola. at lfarston ,'"
Fint h s hi g furniture house.




(.'h,'- ; io Creani Mint Wafer.
If v, ur dealer has tot g ,i the tell
'itmI t< g9t thetlil.

Go to P. W. Smith's
for photos of the war
ships, 7 South Palafox,
&lpha Pharmacy.

e' are Sole Acent- For
'-.r & Allmnan'.. *'has. M. N.
Keller, and Cleveland Wall Paper
C..'. Fine Wall Papers. Full lini
of ,iunl-e. J. F. Reoo & Co. No. 11I
N. Palaf..x. Phone 3,-'. 24f-tf


MiliPf. "t : tb (-lCtE ---
IA IT ID I a 'l fix 'm," said a apitol Hillt
sen when he got his gas bill a couple of
months ago. "Nine dollars and eighty
It hk Pa.Ila Madie. U,37,. chiaff.n,), AM- cents, hey, when we've been out every
sgtrdam, toorder night with the exception of two or
three for the past month! I'll move.
Ai R rVPDi that's all, at the end of the month, but
"r nhraon. Il. n!..-outh shields 'if I don't make that gas meter of mine
vi.. pt Ead. to (iujlf Transi tco
tr as Koddnm. 5i. Flanil. j--noa via work overtime lbtween now and the
Fuc:sl*tl. tdtILfTran-it on day I move it'Lll e helw-:ue I run out
hr -- np'nor, li 1. W11bur, Funchal, tol
w K- .4v- & o of nfltChos. tihat s allt I'li cat uip about
-&$- 40 worth of t gas and then let the darn-
SCL EAKI. ed gas company keep the $3 I've got on
Mr ss Hi nl'ineh n. l l'..I.. hnst"ni by 'en- be1:t1'e1 ,,,
,dtc4,I Lunih,.-- '-" ;, r nL.f Idolh. ) it% I I.I I l: .;:4.
.ft Iu,,,r,ur. *0. it sawn timnbtr, valutil So from that evening on as soon as
lat $.,-," twilight fell the Capitol Hill wan made
AT Q'74RANTIN:. a tour of the house and lit every jet
Pr T Titno. 1i73., PeUail l la an. t from cellar to garret.
i 1u' fTrraauit 'o "I'll teach 'eiii to hunko folks'" hli
W i: K eyIser rUI. Jano., Haburg tt said to himself savagely as he started
Iort bk Elnwlta Elv'ra. (tnncalies, all the burners a-golng.
P'-rnnmhuco to Itiars. I)unw,dv .t C,
tiU->k -mino. 7*i.lJohainssn. \ale;ieia to Along toward the end of the n month
P',nacola Linitber 'o lhoie and his wife plekedl out another
Ntor bk Lipults. t1415. Lorent4s-n. London. to
l' c' a LUAII t r +,house and made arrangements for mov-
-- ing. The Capitol HIill man was de-
THE SHIPPIN lighted when the gas bill read $'.o.
--___ "Thills s one time they won't gouge
VX acLA IVN PORT me'" he shouted exultantly as he dane-
.TAMxSHIPr. edl around with the lhM in his hand.
!: Ariangton...*.,. Knows .--. to ulf Tl( rai-
-t ,to Gulf Three days before the dlay set for
rr I iirsuirno. ,7.i.se'-tt. cd for Fiuin moving his wife was taken ill, and of
Mr **.v,- riui.hriis. :;*i', .fwove, to W I
l.-p.rA v course the moving had to h' declared i
hr 'tIlro ii*.i. Btinbli, :.,', to W s Ke- off. She is only now convalescing. The
N',r .ta, H0 1ru. to iaals, Daunwody Capitol Iill man paid the S..:..i), and
&Co his friends are now telling him the
.1i .oh.nton. d for story about the man who rolbed his
..Hdz own trunk.-Washington Post.


''u~an~u. .... DtrCrirnan. to M, 1,
Nor tc jltoi~c. o1
Vo) er
BARKS.
A TwlftAccatisl-. '!. Lat.tto, W 1. Wit-
tt li & k40
t,,-dehn-fl1h itk. 7'* -n.itMr, to f laars.
iU n wgxS(13& t pin
it.Bert-aulthsre. pi11WCo'.ts. cid for G-rioa
Nornirt Aro-'slt. $*;,,.Eveti!-n,fl toll If Boyezr
It Cognati. %21, i'auttt-nole, to IAit,&co
Nor conc'irdia. 't2S. Salvor-'ii. to order
it LDuec u.~sts, 117. Lartr.'r tt, to order
Sw-d IDharwar, 1:!7!. Lutittrall. eld forHt.
Pter.rburg
Nor Eiove-.zr. AIIJer'-'--. to ord.'r
Nosr Fri..gx 71. %% iet-t. I 'unkt-o, to order
Nor 0(mit. :N".; t-ar-n, to orde-r
%.,.r Iimdis. tn72. J'-sa-.i'j to 6ulf Navai
Xttoreo 'Co
It Luigi& F. 41. Car&%-a. to W hKey'er&
co
Nor Merrmpore. 1t7:i. Johiiion. tto Baars.
I )U 11V6. dy &t C
%,-r %,.rf. l'4x. )tikke-st-pi, .to Pensacola
Lumber Co
N'or Pttifect,iC, Larsen, to W 8~ Keyser
& C~O
It"t Rofin wrra. It,%. Rozzo. t o ltosanco rt c
N or Sigrid, 649. Hauan. to Pat t ersoin. tDoun-
Ing & Co
~..r hul 31:1. Sit pI'-tr~en. to.-'rder
It Trevito. luird, Oards-all1. cid for Marseilles
A711 V-dazeId. 7 i Ickt-r, to EL 8auta.
derv. i&Co
It V-n.-itan."i15, iarrari. toftars, Dun-
%t53&i'


(icr 1-Wy. 473. Mastmi., to orde-r
srHitO4 RKHS.
A it% Fiorenr.- I rt-adioh. r%,57,1Lank, to J no
A Merritt
Amtii'outfa Cbriistint.ii. Uc').d for Beltiz-
d%. sit Fis%%tA HKits-Ic. -!. .JB'1oni.o tti u) mste-r
%Isii i-I alniar. 7.5. Ax- 14m, cist aint -r
1'.r-.1 1!,&.aE Ii !&lht "5 '. A et I! anS., to sIII -
te-r


l'r IMabl el.iarling,. 1!1. iobert-. to nma-t-r
CP. CLEARED AND I AILED FO rFEN-
ALUOLA.
BrtAMSH IPR.
',,''rvn. No';-. -Ii ManciheI't-r .March 7
.n-'ni i nt1 tv-r-nti 1. Br. 17:.' h u;l AMi'o 'll 1-,
1 'ii.t r n-f l,. rt.,,,i*. tit Harry. Jatn s
H i-triii). Ni,. I.fW 4>l'-n. Antwrp, .lan J "
1It .,, >r. 1; ".1, tX cK'tH lt'o -,
tl.. gT,%n'l. Nor, .', H ia.liesen, (riiatsbty

1: 111. 'S i i., .. H; : .-v ,, -nl-:.| .Mirch '
;.' Ail, li'. -.-,iI. har!,';oi t nlchMii-at.:
T'i v av ta:H. H14;. ll. W.ttt. arttid Rot-
,* i ultii l >e' ;'
I v r- tn., Hr. ,;-',R22. tert on. G ( no .lan M.
k, I ,h'I ,il. hI H i ', a. i- ap Antwrp Mitr-l>h 2
/;i\.i. 1,i Br. -I1 4wanst lie F't .;
\ ,, '-tr- ifo 'sitdi!ln tr 2,, .'A

lI ": .h ti It. d M .r-e ll.s .Jai I ''
A ,. ,,o, a >r ,i 7. -!hl \nt% .rlj.' lI-I II
.A.I w. -P.i(l. '. I V I'.oi tv U- .- 1-'
If --.o I I -' li ti' sn Fet 17
I. 1 it. ld. N r.r. 'Id l ,-t-rI Mt Iarch I,
t uII .,'o"ito. 1 1. i'II, -;'1 ('ln st l;* l1 .l s or -.1
C'ii-.'fttin. l u .;V :. t l ita!,ln:. .-w -ii dlcli f Jan I
Eit'tr "' itni r.7rk-Jelvtl. Nor.'"4., at Antwerp
leC II
r rt! (.t-thv Iuti-. ,r m l ii'-,irnr t :''I 7
i,'U .-im. It. ,7.-. -Id Valorici sN1t M arcih 1
oi-'al it. -4t-'.. dlI apel-l e< *t, 12., ashore
Nos i l near Port R'>nl
I l-r. Nor. -itI PI 'I t oit n i'c A11
i.m -ttlle t al to ., It. ..is. ti ld (toniA
March 'a
K-nt*-.erti. N,,r. 7tm, 1.1- 4ltickstadt MMarch 7
IItohntn Irg.-t Nor. lN v lhirits,.t n -aud Nov 11
Johisiin-, NSr. 1,1 Tronhurg I.l c 0
MIari:I Msrar'ethi', Swe-d, s aL Cape Town
MSticlie r. It.qld <(nia MMarch 24
Mftrc'el', It. ld Handiurg. Nov -
M.-lu-lti. tu". tlo'. .-1d tsharOe- Feb'h :'
IMofnto A. It. 7 t. dld Mar.etIll-s oMarch 3
S lItaf, Ilh t. a d La Pall ,- i 4 et*!:'
Pitnl--r. (Cer. lIte. St London M-drch I1
Pr<-ifetor John-en, Nor, Ian, sid Bristol
F-h 27
Itachelle I'. It. rWt2, old Me Mr.llle A Ftlh -7
Ri-tw, Ipat. 4414. at Habia Jan u '
$t"llt H, It. ,.l, at I.a Plata. Nov I'd
Va.uta. Nor. %ta I.with Mcb 10
\V rginma, It. sid Modira, I'ebtl
Too Lou to Walt.
"If yon will get my new suit done by
Saturdayy" nail n customer to a tailor.
"I'll be forever indebted to you."
"If thint's your game," replied the
tailor. "tthe clothlies will uot be done at
all."-Indiaiuapolis Journal.
Philadelphia. IBaltimore nnd Waqh-
in.:t'i are retil brick citIes, red brick
I .'n1. til. pr'doiiilnntin. building ma-
ttrial. In i\Vishliin;ton tlie sameness is
r44livi\', 1 th,, raniiite, public buildings
:.nd l;i: mr'l' business structures.
No Right to U'glineis.


Tl:h women who is lovely in face.
for ,l a nd temper will alway-shave
fn im-1,t. but oti who woul'1 hhe iat-
trictive, mu-t 1eep her health. If she
i-. weak. sickly and all run down. she
wil be niervouo and irritable. If -he
ha-z eon.-tip:iti-n or kidney trouble.
,er lnipure bltd will cause pimple,.
Iblotche-. -kiAil erup:iins anitd
wretched compilexi.ml. Electric Bi'-
t,.r-t .i t!Ve h --t medicine ini t i'e
world to r,-,.-nl te .stontcl:th. liver :aini
kidneys and to purify the blood. It
give- -trolg nerve l. l)right eye..
-mnooth. vt Ivety -kin, rich complex-
tion. It wIll make a gooitl-lookin.'.
charlniil t W -ai;II of i rnil-down ii -
valid. Only .F cint at W. A. D'Al-
etlibt-r'te.

Iron bedsteads are cool.
comfn,,rt.abc a nd durable-
jutst what you need for
summer use. Call at fars-
'on Finch's and select
one.
Siubcrihe to TH, T KN:ws only Its
cernt, per we--k.


Cohen, Friedman & Cos's Eno,;T.
0 *. 0 0'P'T04 Wj..


--@Racket Store.@-



A Pronounced Successz

....Is the Verdict of tile People!


The Great Selection in Our Mam-

moth Stock in Ladies' Shirt

Waists, Dress Goods, Silks

and Organdies is Unsurpassed.



19 Our ffilliriry D part rt


We have been Complimented by

all Ladies of the Varied Selec-

tinns w e are Shnowing them in


Danny Lied. WA,,- W-,6% VV "sa -,-- V& --S a

rockerss off. gota Jobn ill stla Ladies', Misses' and Children's
office for hi. chunI lI:rry. Diarnny set
himself the task of making I-Hiarry a p-
lp''ar to tIll' best :ilvantag.- d(i4li4g the T. c
i proi!:it: n:iry w'erio of hiis job. antid be
. f cinl] it l'lcessary s4iinctiliits to use
mfentais Ih that twr, only ju:stilth! Iby the

E'etry tf':ernoon iinniy ha l to run
with miessa;z's from (mie ofil the ex-
changes to the ottlie. a distance of half
a mile. When Harry came. Danniy had D a Mn
to "break him in" to do this. The first Bristlesit
day that hlie made the trip from the
exchange Harry staggered into the of- Styles in Ladies' Misses' and
flee. gasping, with his eyes starting n sse
from lis bead. For a moment he Ohildren's Footwear. See
couldn't speak. The broker looked at
him astonishment nnd snht: oPrices in Show W window.
"You ran pretty fast, didn't you? W
How long did It take?"
"Four minutes and 17 seconds." Har-
"That's pretty good tinie," said the
bro ker.
lay m ,nut ,rdte CLOTHING DEPA RTMENT!

day in a minute and a quarter."-New
York Conmmercial Advertiser.
Fresh at V. J. Vda. We just received a Nice Line of Men's
Fresh Shrimp at V. J. Vidal's.
Phone I.4. iand Boys' Shirts of the Latest Patterns; also
Go to P. W. Fmitb's for Neckwear and Men's Underwear at astonish-
Photos of the warships. 7 ingly low prices.
8 P-lafox, Alpha Phar-

HaveYour P tin The Finest Selection of Carpets,

and Paper Hringing done by nip-.to- Mattings and W indow Shades.
(dlte people, in l.n l ip-to-d(at style.
by patronizing J E. Rc.s- & Co.. No.
Ii N. Palafox. Phon, ,S-. 24f-tf YOl'RS ANXIO'.S TO PLEAS.E.

/furi'n n "tw'e in sit inier *COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.*.-
stiyles, including } 'icker
riocklers, aft vere! r.ason.able 8MAIL ()RI)EtNS FI,I,EII) Ar ()N(:.
prices. Their stock is comrn- i
pletc. Don't buy anything WRIGHT CO(I)PANY,
in furniture until you hive :-.
seen .Marston J-' Finch's \ i/ I, F. N,A. I,, K-A'., IN.>I lA .IN
stock.


Room Mouldings
in all shade,- plain an fancy. at J.
E. Ross & Co's., No. 11 N. hPalafox
Pholle 82. -f-tt


LUMBER, LATHS,

SAVED CYPRESS SHINGLEl--Klin-Driei Saps
PENSACOLA. FLA.


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t'it ;'u rt'iat, eA ;e r uani-ia: ain, t
oase'sin.-- tlat. -iH'ns te tr.i,
F nllt,.;..i7*
York.

F O 4A[i->-uou.g'1.al.
Vail&id men at Pen...,I
s~tore. corner 4jrkeg.,ryarit PsJ..!

14'4R K4.F-Ift,-.a r- for
flcs'. with dio'd oil r--t
tablea. aers-ars''% laotts 1, 1inm I 1:
road threat nails-Nro)ni tht-
1,4nd runs oall griilt @,Ie'f vA
road. iovoid %nil si platil,.1 s
farm or -stuhurhaa h..tvsi. .Pr.'
4) k. Will 9eseiigae- .. m i' t%' .

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nor of Paltapifoix and j54 a......
tranc- on .laekbon. 1vrnvinl -:
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; conrorCb~et~andq leall-ko %;-.
pare, for "lollgoorhbslutiie-' .)-i,"
dell.lprlowpol. Night teirm b.wic-


Ftr ImWFKAi anad Fli'r..I -
( 'hrpecli'ide'.tlnnq ordssro.4 I..,
Mims. Violette Stortno. let
pbotie 3--.


14iA'WKEUI rfI es viaLe.-
in tW)UI.ieu.. "o
pbone W9.


* WEE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR'It


Drees Goods,


Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings; also Ladies' and Misses' Slippers.


27-inch Zephyr (iinhatmi-, oiur
pi ice .......... ............. 1 tI .
36-inch Spring Percales, our
price ....................... 'c
;3-inch Very sheer White La{wn.
our price................. .. ..c. .
27-inch ('heck Nainsook, mor
p rice .......................... .*
;:i-inch Wiiite and ( 'olorev
Pique, our pri .. -----.......... ... c
:-iI inch White Corded Pitiuie,omir
price .......................... 15<-
:kl-inch Solid and Whliti+ Duck.
our price............... ..... It .
I Yard-WideZ Sa I-lanid ('Ctt-,n
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Calicoes


Dorncstics


AT THE OLD PRICE.


No Advance'.


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 Material Information
Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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DAILY


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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 3. 1900.


NO. 51.


PENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor.


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u1-r tht tat-itt-. r.- g.-e1 the v.-ill tand
iitiad' tilod e..'i~ viuill with its4 iuodi.-r ini
the' istitbuTui 4 tofthe fwtat. After tl.o
*estAt#e Wa- -. W''iiit p. the mtothsr war-
no-4. aud th., child wap' takon by itai step-
father. wh, iwat, vrv -fond tElf her, nd
cak-d fior h.'ra.. if .h- ~wt-rv his (iwu.
-After h n- d'-arh. the stepbrw ether, whon
was Situ funtd tof this. pretty little girl.
*'art-ilfr and ftrni~hed ber with frvery-
thiiiw he d4-irep~l. 1I.ter rbe' mother
marri. 4 again, aid IP; '-tiar. ftvir the-
dteulh -if he-r first lhu..ljid, the father of
th.- blt., girl,&. iki-brinig, inltu the prro-
toat'-, it1't a -laiyn f'ir to ",at 4 a-1 cl .-.tb-
v..'ht v t. f ,- tie gi-1i

REV. ARTHiUR CRANE'S REPLY

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'i.-Wd. Afile' '. -opi, citie-i 'Ii'.atalalinzx
:ii -rwr v '-rC un'idthat the r.,briebar.' hal
ef~t. al-ei- two lied 1 qilt.= werot- found
ui h..rre theyv hadi camped. -.-veral ar-
n-ittto; hhive 6be-n tmade, but n4 e'videtiee
..uII tw. Ilw lu(,ed that 11the pl~rt les held ar'e

INtp4 With the' Child.
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Go to ~ W. Smith's for
P1.2 to% if the watr ship. -,
S. PalafC)!=. Alpha Piiar-
Mia cy


het ; o-t;'pr.- for" Zam -
m f)Ck'. either fine or cheap.
('a (7 a;t lcc their scck-.


COLONEL BROADWOOD


FOR USURPATION SUFFERS HEAVY LOSS


Roberts Reports His Defeat

at Thahen-Chu.


CU3XRNATORIAL TRIAL ON LOST 350. MEN AND 7 GUNS


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ni..-q rhthat ho %%.ill iintvu varj4'i 'i-niu
P'.- )SO' IltltlOf t114' u.xls:,if thf- in-
dwintieltA 4are returned.
'Fi'e milit~ar'v thi,.. im 'rauiui'.. notifie'd
64--nff Sutcr that 1iw or his deputrie.-
might enter tb4 capital grt~unds. for the-
pmrpuse of serve-i 1.iisexs 4) af &CiVil nit-
ture. but that thoy wonld not W4- per-
Lzntted t t')1.1, (if a criminal n ia-
ture. The l(-.-Mat1 1, e te giml thfey
we?.o seting on norrlemxeand inspected the
sheif jpers to se- if anxy wan~auts 4l
arrest Weru- uutwg 5tlittmnt fiore hip was.
aI![)%ve'l to a utr.
J. L. 3utt.'n of Whitlereviad W. 1L
la~aelip of (irayiuvwms- 11uty. %%hfe are, un-
di-r $1(1.f(hO bolnd wene. rItrivfII ht.rv ti i-
4ay. Their ctwwe. l'l%-4 ils, bfi)r4- t li -granil

ARGUMENTS HAVE BrEGUN.


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L.h1 ei pr s. tiri-ithtontixi i tir aridHj1.
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w*%'itd Ire. Many vi rl.drft wthelriqvrsifte-
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thill ths!W't'i'i -- Kr d hw( hoi- ens.-Avesm~id-~

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FUNERAL HELD UP AT GRAVE.



(;~ n.i~~jt s........kpirdl 2.-Fdav
11 lnoumik4 Pitwknt.4'Sitenioni, eJ4litps-delill
t~ix. ofl i i fmagiiitmit" M~Auldin U1and b--
fore dii, 't )r, "'ui~l reaeb him wits pr4'.
u'utitie''t olai. The' budy w4IA re'iovt-d
tW bii ,houv eIii inthen- a i4 ae'' urv
a.*e-im-bledl.i. Nm.'v.etlth e'mnntih: ..'.i W141 o
t ha piatemoiu t eof thei (to Mt4j.lrI-s iv.l'ri'ri
verdiot of ehath from 'ao'art ticiar, ia.-

aa: ~ uv'.was. dux, th.--xu.mILI-U-r, had
ijixn-i-rmi wiiemi ie.ow 'Ie upp-m..lri daiI
'Inlivno-da j'iiF t ieIt-Thte bi dv wa-
ta!k-ti bsiiiianditi a n-,tuta'whI''Ah -i
tlnirmeofi t-e iit.'Jzio'rn that i h iiai i 41'-

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ARE HELD FOR INFANTICIDE.
l!thr i n (It r.i l;rl|->.irns;;- ( 7...'rgdl
Wllt IIf>IorrIble C rim.
.T i-m.:i, at., Aprnl .-.J 'lhn Iri-k iund
hi. wif.,. A.tnii', have- hi i" pia.'-i" i:l ju.:
hi : charge-il wiih m'l, i r. al rd tLi
da.:i hter, Li tln a I;.' 'k i- i.. tu.: '
l : 'r.-ii- ii n -: 3 uiiil' --. at i,; i f .,;-.i' .
An intaint vwhihi hal It-ciin biru tio Inu, i
ia-. ii.iviing. Th'e mother uild gra- i!-
inith*er tir.-t dt-ni".di there lbeiungany 'lnl 1
i ini, but fital!vy said it haid di.dl. lTt
cor.,n,, r aimi l -4,*nn few **itizn, v w nr t ,
th. Br wxk hh ouse and diomathil to ku,'v
wher.- the- chiil w.i-; urired and' wr- ili
ri-c.t. t-i gr o iito the gardteu. Thliey pr>
,(letd ti the garden and futnind the'-iilld
.tini; I^ i'%I-is under the r inind nl I ;
.i:tall bo-x. Itr was brought t' towpti t:il i111
intuit- t h- '11. Dr. W. B. \Vauglihan i--
s'c .iI th--' hoa.t and f iu iidu tw,, i j .l j-
ri.n in the f ikull n-i::r rth.l l ta- o f tl:i
brain wli'h hul dau-'-dl dt'riussifl.

-"Perrevere and prosper."' If ytI
tr;ak Hood's Sarcsaparilli faithfully
fnr !cro tla. salt rhpteim, ho 1i,. rtip-
-ionis. dys.pfepi:i. it will cure you.


11111 Talks to Stladents.
';ihm Al.,. April t2.-In th ,- s *-,.'ni af
Ali iuldil'i -', of 'tiif'ir-4 aild ii*I"
frie-nis, A.-istuant S*:r-ntary of State Da-
vid .I. Hill dliv-ired the ciitnviiatioMn ad-
ttr.-s. t th io graduitinrg iass of the- IUni-
versity of ('iicuago. Prre sid-nit arl'-r
de.livir,'d hi-. quarhtrly stat*,iueint. tl-U-
int. 'of the $2-A.t0X) which had t6e -i rai-,td
iiu-i Jui. 1. the-re-by fultillhng thoeugree-
il-lit whlic'l he0'iir, t thief univ.-rirtv thc.
'" ,e,0W1) pl -dhged lby .I(ohn D. R.'-k,-fell'r
,oi ,oldilti u th i utiveritv rai-n- al hke
"Ii iouit.
Lairg A.4'rte'i' fC'of (tton.
C'u.I.i.M Ala., April 2.--The- farmer-
i; thlt,s 'oiity ; tpre-pttritii. to plant th*-
larg,'-t otrt ii crop that hIL- l --i plant' I
in manli V,'i'. Thi-v Il-'-ve :*hi lhii~hi
lpitl--, will pr.-vail ns-xt fall aiind t hih
4**m l t .'v O i : plu, i iiriy *v ,;\ ;v-,il i>,'
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Vtonihll*' r 0* %" '1MWIlTIS. llI at fa ilar'I-
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a ,;- I.l. a tir v P r, nir. o 0. .; r i r l T .' -.I
rr.iaidl'-' r7-..*- r': !", 1 m r 4'i'-" .* 4 fall *
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thin ri-a' Xo r (-1l'A .'.o:"1 16i.


CHICAGO STRIKERS


WIN THEIR FIGHT


Employers Accede to Demands

of Machinists.

STRIME; AT OTHER PLACES


(pI )I- I Avt 4-.II0.1iK .6 [1 dl VittI lit mr%

Quiz l Work at -t I..eu'. Lo ik ml ail mii.iri.
ajeulk I'votii At 4it43611



Chi'u~ ir1~ zi~z~.~ r ve rk thoti
'I IIL~liiii- I lii. 'I t r i
huht r-rUj iv ii. V -s t . I. ti

whox ~V %v, iit t 'i!!hl .I x ri, *r- itid
tl'v r'uiainiwk- ut zxi-c- (..Iit .-run
dur~nuzoi. i-wve.

C'14.- [If iw lutII (*, I l't' t' !I,'4- 1: 1 i~i
wal'tivbInch br i.t- thci ~..i-th.i -LI imui

day witi tI-ti L-iur,. ~

Strik" 'Are %etit ilv.


(Jv' i1.94A%A, Alm.. Apr-il 2 71' at the Divilui azxi Ui, hu., L, .-u..i-sttlel.i-
The River k'alL-.mnll.aI.,e i.% runnling.
Huwvevvr. the otriker. cdid uut wi~n at
*this pltot.. A large fmv f e~' dcueti1cL-.
were secur.,d at Butiting tr-jinth" MaLncr.
t.A1dwell & Fluwetws Lumilwber .inajiny.
which firm haas lu,.-.d ehpwu its milti
.pernaamine ly at lkiling and thewa were'
~Zmirid(town Wthe n-Falls and ntplaitwd
the, ltrikeree.
M1nmci G~o on s0trlkp.

13,000 vuel izaincstur nthe Pittsburg dyu
triect arid t~~ i m th'- Irwiu idistrit up-r
on ot rike. Fit e ia i- .., leIt Ith*e' t reble in
tht' Pittsburg di.trict i. dibsatjsfhe411au
ove-r tOwdent i'rk Nalt.- wirk andt wa.4

Foumr II imviairmt l Mu %trlke.
W.%ri-irtiw-. N. Y .. Apr, .12- A
strike. wat iiambiawur'att-iI utit v&.hi'WI ri of
the2 New Yiork Uxrbral:. ai~xr'thls
zittrnig. F-ur lhtitiolredol lus'art- out.
No) trio-uble- h:'.L-i e'urrt-,i.


Lather Goott t itrik".
CI.:.v I.ai. Apr;1 -l2. --At-t 3I2 laitb
ers al. % .,trurk tkday. Tht'y hn la twwni
getrini 'Zg I,. i-rit a viard fr i'r<-' ,,ritk
aud i$..-J a day. 'Thy *i..:'anl :3 ut-
a yard a!nd i a lH y.

( arpenters on riko .
IND)IAN"' .i.I-, April ?'.-Ma:uy uni,,:l
carpe-nt'r' tof the iity bave uiit work.
They dtlemandi ant incretsef of wagi.
which tlh. ,.ntrwit u'r -..ay they canuct
graut.
trlke In St. Louis.
Sr. IoAvis, April "'.-T-s th,,uisanl
painte-r' IllLI ..*io *,;irp-inte-r-, :;n St
Lou si antid K..t St. L,,ui- h.a'v strum k for
high' r va age-.
lVlhiier% ion Ntrilpke.
( pltiuib'i-r' t-, thet nniilmeir nf al.,ut :it
went 'n tikstr inl thi 4-i rv st lhy fer
higher vwages.

1)) n t fail to r-adi t'h- a 1% ertijp-
n ent oli TErTiitI A In tt. i p 'i- per.

6"NQUET TO LUKE WRIGHT.


IoI~pisojf immmnieel"14er IeI~n atr-rt..lutro

M ..I iifI-,' .Apr.il '2. 4 't1tl li ki
Wright Lm,'.r -turrin-o fr-,iiaa 4.'iehtiugou..
wh.-re. lie.uawtl his ssae u the MAI'
llopi"ne v', pinll ...i~i~l CIhlta it i ahail emfer.
en...'wwth P1'zti-e.,io .'tM'-Kitx1t-v tend e'
rert4wr' RMoott iltho' 4uhijet act ofthe-ir Ois-
o-00tion millthe- ane-thitid'4 .Nt .'&L-ulated top
niake it I'l.4t-.6.!,&f ul too the highest degrime.
The t.-wtimuioil latillt let 140 o e
Wrightginven toy irlx.frienidi artuf;u th
bu.'eihle-s-iand I jrqptes-'..1 pinah nlertj M=
phis %vu.4e spread toezzltghlat the Pro-
tos~-hedtl.Ainin eicthe- ttjsinbgujghvid
ouit-o4tt~oewigues'tt~.%we're- 4 ,aci ur 3LfMe--
Millenti sf '.: ie eeaund ec cro tJe if
of Ark~iim'.a'*.

Whe'n Yon-~ Joirits are Stiff fo ii opur
Tmie ..IT 0 I. It .111 v -j~..0e' 1, e6 i
ti-ill. alo-im i i .'i ,ip owl -:irkimj a
joiiit. -tr.ti i a I'etU side oein iruiad.
yacuarsIlf. IPAIN KItLLER Will 3ik-'

4o~tlit i .4t mit,#- !j(1ti xfI ywi 41righto? it
A:j ~ ifIII :Alw~tv. h4,svit mlw'*tmyoiim.
nudi-o- it fre-Pl%'. Avt~ift ul,.imie
t', o-rc- j- hlt oo- 'mmti IIre-. Petry


Dc'i'h.4 v atr ,--ith 'it lid '.- w l
-lit]. W-s- 10,'iI'iell-E Ii 'ii har
.iik orkI !o. friolm -.1i ll 7.' t. J .11 i

kcic- 'w.illm eij-r i I'm,.J'' -W?
v'll f 01ml ;I 'II ''I (.III 5 v
ih iaiia e -' f ti( i g -! -tr- t ; :-- .. PU t i


firn Pit iiof pAteI 'nk
awn (f ints, .1Vl; 0(1,f~ /
M *rston I- Finc .J


DURHAM Cigars have
:no equal. For sale at
iD'Alemberte's.


T


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MAY BE INDICTED


Charges Are Placcd Before

the Grand Jury.


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9 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 3,1900.


SPANISH I I LCAIM S.


United States to Pay Losses of

American Citizens.


FOI IIAMU.1GITTO( IANI'C'P;:IITI


Aeiire. Debtsf Ineurrld by Spain.
(.el reaoty to i'nlllen I'oe-Waitilmi
Fo'r ltor'* sipch-I-b-ocmmemleace
of l.itr vi Mamil.
W.#l::''TO.N. AplrI -iS'It-;al. -R
T i. el; ': -: ll. %y of tIh 1'1it'J ;.r s iil
4 ;ill l 1 i h la ; i -a id i:.e ,.-: relori<.< fr,:I; tb I ,iliibit l ,'4 ", '.:1!
S !aillavim :1i l' I id l- eI i'l ) to s:l s 1 4 !li 'i t'
W it Ihout o;,i0 .-it.',,l. '1 'is Iill p i",\ '
fi r lt 'v I il li, t I < l;iali's o"i .\ii''i>';-i< n
(itizenl f1or dli: ':i ;. to :' -.l'er i:i
<'cl'a i\':!h- SpAin held tih' \ Tereiit~n
f th!ai i-lauit. i'. ,' <-.luail i t. is i- irue.
are ilro ,id 41d for il i e trt' i t of lbi't'0
Iegeti. o-itl ait I'ur.- T : I tel. States
agcre l telo ;ssi:l;- :ill ili :I < clailis of
A mio ri an -*ti.rii -, 11 I Spa;in ;i.si!ii'il
:hIe c'L.i.is of lh'r c'ihize -. It is .s;iid
thr claims of Ai;i, rican i iIt I;'..i ara.oit;i
to alitl: *T.il .i e i "Tli a11r,' lt
conly for ll loli of bp!.>Ti. lnit linjilst

psa.n :nh!eI>-el uloi til,' .\iie.l elis. It
iA 4t ;', ful A l<'tiir" i l ,- .\iiii- : -iti
24l0t i tliiu lt i hi\ ;:g 1 ai11 ythli '
like tIh f:ll "I iii ::i l I ll t i it li Il'
frtel:i ,"e A,,l. ;i jl 1 hl:o .,. i ,:i\ e, lil l.is
art' no dti li, v111 i i,;I i-,-I< iiiat tli t1
I nlo 1 ST t. e aI'il i. ,.',:. I r'c.ill
li t" I..' ; i.;.i t l I, ltt X'n u I :. 11: l
Vhai lbh,.\n up t illl litil %\I .il: ilili
qjutlin hi:illl< d l,'i.i ti ,l for V' it iti
IiSaiLu 1a lliai l .r of ;::o-i;iln ill \V;i>]i
ijUgutOi l ilotu;l i III I .-. I:Iili i; <-!.;1 ;111> o f
Amt a lais io i a eiar It u:i- lpro'Io-el oI
Ias-s aI r.-olutilioii l i i liir :!..I tlli y
lhe" jiaild ; u: o 'e i if .] iil.i e iititurrtd'
to stln l v i-.1I ; .- lto s te ize ll:I \:lii11i.
'This I. ii;' \,..- lteoo l' 0\X l tlil IhI
A Lit :; '. Il. e -il... "' ie l;'t- ll '!t ofe
tIbl' "- ti. -lli; l l n It i i t'ttd Sl;it4. to-
ye'lher %' ilLth l h" **I'i .i i.--i l p.eiiel l")I
iLl i 'h.l inite i1lli !<'.iI-> :i tgel1,n-lony, .
4*U tI e i.irl h li' tth \:, t' le'l'r 't lot UI-
kl nv'ii illlt li g 11all us.
U l h-r.- Is. linear's Np'lp-erlta
lhll 1 inl It.i e-- l.:i '\ ci l I e l ire't lh
4 "Lri-t:i.;i h lio li' s.a \ \\<.re .ill ;i\le ii
to undlti' d-1.111i ti i eliilir lel ir ill-
lte 'u d to Iniaike. lhI ,'flot oit ll i- lift' ini
a si'eet-h upo1Inu ithl' h'lilippiu,'i.s. W\'c all
understood that hie was [ii -liaring it.
and I atil (-loidtliet from ir'eiiarks that.i
I hIave liard r'l.;itllii to thil wori-ik tilh
ewiator wHas dolug1 th;llt a gri-;lit deal ,of
the se'.-e c -i w '. irai re.-l. Ilietough it is
liiot %(t oI. iipthhd. T.I;- \\lh it hias
lever tIs-',ii dli\ r.,'le d i- ii.i ,t O(f (tIn'rsm' e# all lti\\ thi lti hMa:>s.;
t hu tt'n 'iiolu t ;;;:i\<- ;i a ll :iiT ,t,.-l ,of
-' hU 'it l 1.4'itl gl;e' I I ;1 ll 'e-l;i ei1,0 1 0I1'I
lttel tioll to$ Ihe i eli inu l'<1 fo0;'r, lh l iiiiiien -. n |i r il Ih **,-
tllgls I e1 1, \l, I, -.i*e.lilii tle **,i li, of,
'.n viit 'lir, I \I, fit.il!:i I n- i l-e,
irul- I ll.:: l lli i :1 ; !, 1' I 1 l '.-t'id hI
large -Larte 1' 1t ii it t I l II;i. li t li,
ati lie*' ,I:|r tih, llo, !" >. tll;l t fl' illl t!ih
al t. wl:l it"- l ' l l lie Iti I I I0e :Illeo11 ;111
Dniot *iI of i; :i. '. tee eI,.l ,.i- lh:; i 1fiii. i
(elive rlin ; hi ,,'.'e, i if li, is ;iei tlit

tiinei w hli n tIll' I'lill I ii ,ie-* tioii
'-as inl r'-r a >ii-.,l '!:i ,le h l e il ii:ilt'd
that :;i s-ot'I; ltiie.i 1,itl I nll.' i
I :II .. . : 1 1. .114 l,:- .t


lltt of s tl:' I* : 1.] le i te ( )I e t' o iii


life III M::nlln.
A ll i li l I : 1, ,, i r I -- > i-". -
e*]< fr<':: t ,, 1' v ., of :i l :!: i.i i'i'. I Nr of.
liigh ruiril, t'i I'tI, I!. l'li- T i h l.i 1
to at M :a' hI :i2 ; *'.iX :1 : Il3 Oie
< l int t < f l .':.: <*l'* 1i ''* r : *: I!,','s Il'. 'fr .
lhe Shi. -
"'1 l 'l0' t ei .' ':'. :ll \X ,'l1 :is : ill I '
and i\ l;y' .Il. ,,1 -.. ti:i! t1ile's e":.e- ofl
l.tll:; 'll \'. I l..; ,. :o I 1 l.an'ii lre l, .
gt'< l 1' :1hi : :i',l ee0ee I. i. \c X li, I i<
,fpoibl' i I 'IICh i 1 i li. ee 0 "ti. tl 11:1
tlive* ails a ;i Ii' i '.n- n. il i c lot o, f p< i
,Ile. :i;i'l It I e e i ..... **- .. 1 i 'i' i
:the ; '. !, .. i; : .* l ,. t !' r

thllf:i .v I ' e .i '' 1 1- '* l'-


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thliitit ~t I

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in ,'t" 1 1 11t }' .
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ia and : d. i Il .1 e ee,., i* l'; ite.
"T hie' '.i li i li:i i''Ili e* i Cie'l 10 O'cl'Nt : o- I ..11 u I .1:1i e eit :i lit
lie lately.
**Evtrt bodl.v ,:i- -l .-sort ,f :ai trapI
befit. I li \te a il'-s:i" and :i i'ilipiiil,

Five Thousand Rolls
O4f v all Paper in -tock. all of thela-
tet patatt-ris. nld illoire cominlir.
Prices from .- to< $1.7.5 p-r ioll. J. E.
losi & Co. No. il N. Pa lafox.
Phone S2. -4f -tf





Pr ppermint Cream Wafers. an iaf-
ter dmiitir dAiu'v. A-k your dealer


boy who sits behind as a driver. One
has to It (-careful how one steps into
it. for the elianc-s arte the horse will
go uip aml y'iu t down like a seesaw.
lithe liors.s-' art so small.
*'N liothli. is c i .b'1 li're, ;iny monure.
which is :ill dlue' to tlin ge-,ernti- inetih-
ls o4f the Ametlricans. Wi\'e, wuld ruin
a sllhlinx. I leli'Vt.. W h rti e tlie lieo'i-
Iole foriierily worked for .[4 "'l-x' ;a
ilontli fl'y vwant $14. anli you have to
k-'|> ;i sriall ilrniy iof flie'li to ilo t he
work. 'They think w-i air iiade- of
wony." AnTlil-It V. lt'NN.
Mascullne Intuitloa.
She-There is one thing more I must
know. Mr. Ilankinson, before I can an-
swer your question. Are you in favor
of granting to woman her natural andl
Inalienable right to vote. or do you be-
lieve In still grinding lher under the
heel of inascullne tyranny?
He- \Well. DIorothy, dear. I don't
know. of cot:rse. how you feel about it.
but I hav. always beea In favor of
woman suffrage.
She-Then. George, I am yours.-Chl-
caro Tribune.
Eugene J. Hall. the poet and put-
llisher, says that one dce of Folev's
Honey and Tar restored his voice
when hoarseness threatened to pre-
vent his lecture at Central Music
Hall, Chicago. Nothing else as
rood.-W. A. D'Alemberte.


A CALL

For IDe iil'ratic Prtinaries and Con-
vention.
Ie-olved, That a convention of t Ii etin-
'crtntic paI ty of Escanbia county ball lot-
tield l at owelton at I: o'clocK noon on the
4tIh lay of April. li.i. lor the purpose ot
-l-*. clltig tWtlve (1' l peorsoni toe represent
h-.cmlnli county lttilt- District Ct('lnvein-
tlonl to noitiite aci candidate for ('ollgr,-"
and for the purpose of ,s-lecting twelve ,l-
ptersons to represent Ewscambtl county lit
tli e Itate Convention at sucti tille and
piaceta- liiay Lbe tixed by t liher tate and Con-
gre-.ioonal iemil('ocratic I oniilititeus and for
: ihe purpose of selecting a County Execiu-
tivte c iiiiittee to hold until their Sltit-t-
torls -lilIll be st'leCted in l'il.2.
'1 h: precticts areas and shall be- 3ntit led to
!be followitig repr'l-nttatioii at -aid ioui.-
I tCollnventllio :
.so. 1. Nix's I
No. 2, Kupfrlan'.
No. 3. Mill3view X v'
No. 4. Ferry Pass .
No. .i. Hurst's
No. e,. Powelton
No.7, Pine Hiarreu .
No. ,. (CraIet reeC
No.e. Iluff tTprincs '
No. 1le. Ward & Hollat'- 1
1e. 1i, Wallut Hill .
No. i lP.ntI-tli'cela 1t1_
Noe. 1:l. VP '.-t t'a In 4 :
No. 14, 'PenEclil ..
.so. l. 'eniiacola C' -
No. i. 'l ville 1
No. 17. 1 r. -nt' l:r n
No. IS, Ml'lfvId 1
No. 1. M'. olino 1
Noe e-c tIlo iilttton .
for tlie purpose ot selecting a id egiatet troln
t hlie eve'ial prtcinet ta tbov-e S.et forth aiid
for tht- purpose ofit entoin ating two Ianaili-
datesf'or nl'i Hkotii-oft Re-inrsent31i *e'-., Itor
*lie ptrp'-e ofl notaiiniitin ia 'nlaid(lliatie for
-herinnff. a candidate for tCleik oel Circuiit
(Court. it ca idllatte for itx C(oclileclor. ctn-
didate for 'lax As.e-isor. a candid(alt' or
I'rl-a-ur'r. a c didatel f(or Ilounty Judge. n
caidildate for superintendent of public Iii-
t. Iuctl Iila a tiditidlte for tCouin y uri rvt-'or.
a cut'li dlLtt foar t'lerk oif C criminal C'ourt, a
ca:tndlnitef or Justiceof Pe-ace and aCon-
,tii l leoar -econao I trist.tn candidate for
.Iu-tI:t If Pei'cef lor tilli Jtliust l. fcan-
lidilate- for ttiree nllelnber hof county School
Kouarl, pHiRinry election of the lemo-
cratic oellte-i of -c.>'arnhlli county shall ibe
lioilden tetwil-n li iie hour ot W ia. ni. anti
'..' ). In oIii l'tu e-slty. tlhe l~lii dl( y ofI April.
oIt n. tli for t li pI)e rpoel) of contiu 'ct ii ltir
l.,ei 'li-In thn to lowi in itspecti antd clerk'
ol Ct-ctilli ;:tr*- Liert-ey i-tie-cted t tl Il ap-
PI lCci 3ct No.e l--('ha". Aridlr re-.-, Nt-i! V I. Hiel, linetpcs'lorg; .c: Arcrilt Jk i.;olim.
li" eein-l% Ne. '2 A.hi 1 riv.-y. Loul'aniiilels,
v*It k.
Prncinitl No. ::-Franik Mlut*7. Ii. P. Wil-
liani-,Jolii '.VJ. 1, C jh.t'tlOi ; hle. Ile. oiigl',
cl,,rk.
lI' Clinct No. 4-W- 1. I Ici'aW. \'. I,. Neo-
lne " e '. cjoi.7.ile z. ili.ptet'oie : \ A. 'lIIp-
e!n. cterk.
PI'-rcilict No .5-(iO. II. alltis. l"jln Hiy-
aiilt. A.J. I;ul-,.t. iii' ct'tor- : Loui- Frate r.
l'rricneCt No e-ta-i W. <'. i:nin. W. M. Mc-
\ o W Illn. Hl t-idt-'r-on. iip-cir-:l, l-..Je- -
11, l-'. clerk
'i.lt-i.t icNo. 7-B. A. LildI . W Ti'k r.
J. M E:nlt'i knk i, lie'ctort i \- '. \\'. I s ewt--
il!g. cIrrk.
S'i>'-lr \u. -A.T Fililimiitnm.i. P. HBow-
man, H. .'ralt.tite, i ,itp o.'iu-- l';iyor
< rabt nr,. elrl>r.
lr.-c 'l it' ) .t --i.. I t. Sroel..r. .1 ('. ( -
art. t4 W Tttylor. r i hi-peIetol.r-; I iill: -,
clc'f k.
I'rvr'i: 't No. lio-('C .1. r, I..le .in Wtole-,
Mnan, F. Rughby. i.nspctcor-: IL. H. Br3att'.
cl rk.
Sir.tnet No. 11-.I.1.. Lee, .I I Mimnlln'.
'Clerii-li Halll, insplt'tor' : J. .t. "-ite ardj
c'l. IK.
Pit-'inct No. ;',-W. F. Let-, I. I'. Re.-. -
W 1.1 Illeily. inspet-ior-: J.1 (Sitolerte' t' rk..
Prcit.n-ict No. ) ;--I.4.A l- -ii F. IIt. toeiiil.
W I1. h. .cl 'l d. ii-lpet'tor-: F'. aiirna,
e*lrk.
'i-ei'ilic't Ne It- ntihony HIiTr:. A. S. (li-
v-r. L. %\ Wli 111n1 iIiM)ector.: Johln A.
le-rritt.clei k.
P'lr,'illt No. !'-.Inme It 'lkintW teo SM.
H llt ililrik. '. M Co'-tolni. Inl p tclt 'rs-; .. 'i.
h iiltaii.. clerk.
i'i,-'iiirt No. l';-W I:. 1It:ll ri L. uke
I l .i. e- I r.. t1 I. I. % ill:am". iiC-I' ctor-; .1
1. litul-lli cl er.l.ik.
V'reiti-ict No. 17-A. (i. Ciloptln. W \.
K utl".ili, loi1eige Holt. Iiiitpie"ti Io-: wii.
la>itrty, chlrk.
I'r en'lii No 1s-L. tPrtwltoii. ). I'. %,'-
1ei v Id M( ei tilngge-t.ll, InSlP-ctoro : J. f:.
i 'a lit:in. cl-i k.
I'ie.'li t 1t % it- .I. H. (;rit m lir. "W A. M il-
Itr, .\. J. -',i li' l li p iispecttr.-; 3' 1 'utWod.,
'rt n t-i-t l ,. -W I!. M to. Win. M.,
I'ut h- I I. w(n i e .'Ili e k.
I '** < t liin lit ,e' h ['tl e 1 ': -t C'11 !,- li
It lelln w e,' |i';lne'. re-Ieee 'l ,\el .
N\ '. .- .' li, lltiou-,.
No -I elc t n I ni k.
NS 4 '. ,- t, 1 I'.k
N o. H,. 'fio | toi ]i-, .
No, .--l;.'e f M itrk ,i.
No "-.--I -.iei l ICII, is tIact--- iK)i : ',
Neo C.---"dt in,'.I l i.- .
N, o I "e'l,,ee i l :tor:e \' i t'i, l e ,.
N o e .' --1 oel liltein lt. ie iiitiel : tilia/.
r .; I loruln-lt t cllnti r e'alc ufo\ Il; .lt 1r i "e .

N o, : i rt' n r I; t' ;i i in l ''r t ifia\
N. t i --I isiot h ier il w e-.l'ei.
.i "ei --l- lO'fl- f r h" l *ill.l l' >l .I. e i.
N C .e', -->,i" c,0ll'. fhrel ll H l e to. uir .
t ,' l' h'l-. I tel4 -Ie i 1 -ie r te- e r le-
.t|!e l r"el tI l i' leltilf voeie
.\l i el',- lh e -I|ie 'tBI-ee i-'ailv X ,'] e\ 11 nitl. i ; HI e e oq t hi Ce l. ] nI ii rI re l "..
o. niitine-tl .11 e.tiitptr 4-'.ei wtie e t \- plete
lti -irn tp llt te\.- ter tIe,- ,vttr lstis ;tiet I I.'.
illd e lie h A 11, (>l.-drn, tlne lfl\i'.i'- tho luplpo (
bht- il1ti<' i1,-'- let 'IcI1d pl'ilnilr> e ef 't Itihi anel
-etiel i'ol I eti-i liosr -hbali lee e'tntitle'td und ait-
c-ordially iti-nt -'d te partiaicpat in 'a l r -
lnrlian o t' nlll atinl .t"ald prin iary eimry eli
I.niil be theld ini ill wa .s undTr lbh. ruit's
Slind itguill'tolis a "e-t forlh in hsad cbitp:t-r
"it'o. aid thi2 calhilnlct or -hall In-et at tih-
*>il- tlel the countyy Jutlertu in lthe oitv of
Peeis0 iuta t ao)'lt'ck p. m..on the ;L'Iti 'lay
of A&p . iM01, at whirti time anrd pia tin-\
will e.-i'itc- r-'urili, t'iuI-iasS the 'ttnic
ned auBourice lth ic.ull eif "sad priintIry
el*ctilon,. anal theI 21p-1Ocstore\ ahoye itniel
will lave thei and there tin- rt -Lirns of stitd


el-CllOtl.
Tl'ie- hillo' to 1'. ised 'li"ll he p united on
*n 1 t- ?,lpar-'. 0ilid -lill hat\e no dib-
tinguishbing alnk-.


DAN M I hI'H .


C. P'A Nk H 1.IIL.
Chn e: it ft .3


Loaugity of Whale..
Some light was thrown upotin tlie sub-
ject of the vitality of whales by tindling
one of these animals in tBering s'a in
IS,' with a "toggle" LIrpon.i 'i.d in
Its body hearing : the illrk of thie Amer-
ican whaler Moutezuin:i. T"!ait yes)sel
was engaigedl in whaliaing in I. :ig sa
albsut ten years, but not l:il-r iThan
1S54. She' was afterwardd solii to the
government and was suink il l'liarles-
ton harbor during the civil war to serve
as an obstruction. lt-nce it is estimat-
ed the whale must have carried the
harpoon not less than 3<; y1ars.
In connection with this fact Willianii
II. Dall gives an account in The Na-
tional Geographic Magazine of a dis-
cussion with Captain E. I'. Ierendeen
of the United States National museum
of cases of whales that have been sup-
posed to have inade their way from
Greenland waters to Bering strait and
to have been Identifiled by the harpoons
they carried. While it is very likely
that the whale really makes the pas-
sage an uncertainty must always he
allowed, for ships were often chang-
In n ownershin nnd their tools were


I hereby announce miys-lf a a candidate
for epit-lselntative of Escalihia countIy.
Florida, in the legislature, Sil jiect to tht
demociatic primaries.
('. MoENo J,.NIFS.

For epresp-niative.
I liereby announce myself a- ia candidate
for Representativeof Escamt)ia County in
the Legislature, subject to the lerilticuutlc
tf ri nkitr ,-..
J. l- Ml i r .l.i-F..

For herefl'
I hereby announce myself a- a candidate
for Sheriff ofe icambla County. a id re-
spectfully as-k the support of lily ftieli(S
and voters of the county. If elected I will
discharge the duties of said otice etticiently,
fairly and impartially.
W. H. H uTciiINsoN.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election to the office of shetTi' l of ;-
enminbia county. Florida. and olieiti the sut-
f.iges and interest of all my friends.
tizo Ha a M. ,l I I ri.
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
sheriff of Escambia county at the ensuing
election. J. C. VANPEt.T.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election as clerk of the circuit court
of Escambia county at the ensuing election
and ask the support of the voters.
A. M. MCMILLAN.
For Circuit Cle-k.
I announce nyv candidacy for Clerk of Ilie
Circuit Court of Escambia county. subject
Lo the action of the ensuing lDemocratic
primaries. K. E. L. DANIM I..
For Circuit Cl-rk./
To tile Voters of Escambia County:
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the office of clerk of the circuit court of
EKcatmbia county and will be pleased to
have the support of my friends and tile
voters generally. JiOlN lE I.A lt'A.
For Tax Collecior.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election as Tax Collector of Ecaiin-
lbla county, and iask the support of illy
friends and voters generally.
A. H. I'ALEMI:t.RTE.
'ir Tax Collector.
Tioe iimany friendtof.Judgte '. B. Honifay
having obtained his consent hereby an-
nounice him as a alndidiate for Tax l'lltetor
oft 1Ecttinbia county at the ensullinl l r.tet ion
MANY \ *I>l t!
For Tax Asseua(,r.
I hierehiy fannliounllCe miy Vifr a- a citidlillHat
for T,4x Aisessor of i-.iaintelia curIt y, uh-
jc'(t to ti e ict ion f tlIlt li. iiocrati ieprri 1!-
i e'i. It elected I ex per I to n11le t t Il :ipprl-
hitlein iof thet tax iay-rs .'il il, i) l d iitN
duty in every detail as I ill \\he-ii I lii;4
llih office before.
li ie. REF-I .

For County Treauttrer.
I annoullie i i myself it r a 4ili.lt1 ill:t fro
Itwe tlli'e, of Countv ''Trelt'lurer. -ill,:ect t
thIn lictitin of the democratic prillnir.. 11111
a-k thie -uiport of ny frietiid.
W ILI.1 AM E. AN I lt-,-'v.
For County Treasurer.
I hler'VI tVannounce iyelf its a 'ir.didaiitt
for retin i liat ion an tri-i-ilrer of E-'anilthini
county. -uliet to a decision at tlhe tensluliii
democratic primary election. iiid r-,eisp fully solicit the support of the voters of tlil
con(,nilt, plIedgiii n ig-y.-lf for th]e future' tlih
.ninie faitliful performinince of duty tlit! I
hiuve eiidelvoriled to fulfill during mI p'i'l-
1.enure. of tlIe tIllice. J N l''A MIALi.
For Justice of the Peace.
I tire'tFy allil'ioutice t y l lcaididtt'% feef r' -
elec 1 lo i to tll office of, i J1 ist i of I I 'e .-
for tihe Secoiol lli~tnrct. sut, vrc to t -lie c-
tl20 i of til lo 111 1alI illg pi in tie-.
iol' l KIN J"N I>-.
For lnstt'ce of the Peace.,
At thle ug,'-Qtion of nuinerotns f-loln'ls. i
hre-by F inounc1 mIy carn'!:dacy l or .1 iiatlct.-
,f thi Peae- of -ecotil district. suhl ct. to
the' itct ion of it'lite io1iniiitina L prilk, ii101,'.
.IA1I.K- 1t. LAN' l)K I M.


Fow' ir !iotnIl Uiperin ci'lfnr.
I nin a candidltte for c'Ouintly "ilpi !nt.-ni
t lnitlof plbhlic lll'tilt't;ii su. ij-'e? to lith,
,-mIn-eratic oritninrir-s. I resile-'c fully -o-
!i'lt l th- ifTra e : oef tile 'Escnstiili coullliiy
\ ltesIe for tint' atteei\ -naiiiid poi-tion.
JIAMFu S 1. I'A i F.
l-'er i'it- I Stlis riit mell 'iI.
I'i til \ Otter.- ef E nmi'tli i aii I'iIn v :
I Ih rel\ itlIliiU llt' iy -If ;-At a i r'lili at"'' fei
l nilet0inniei" leh i.t l'if tilll' 1ln trilctlleii fiit
I.- .1liili l .illoin lt it: l i-1 k 1 ht lpiptJ r; ef >.I
fi i,-il ailid Vo it'e .ie'i,- il..
.1. B "M.o.

I or Stfp i linitinl inll I lubliec Ini-
itIrilt i4ioli.
To tihe V'oters, of F.-caiamifi I'lllntl: I
'i'-r.4hv mntiitIi:i i.i' tiyv-,-f a caitiditar, fe r r.-
-.i.0e"lon to ti e lh, i-'el f ot'of ,unty sIiip ; riintt*in-
Ili t to pil I' i nstr rurtie i aind c ill h'.
pieite dti tio hiuv' tih -ilnptart (if tiy frinrils
.'r clt prt:iitr. *elct' ii( l N. It. o'a .K.
l'ur me clie-ur s e t-Oiia l 4artl.
By the rett.ie-st otf friend.< I hlre-hy an-
noune o iry tund-ilacy for nieinber of I,-.*
ilinhilma 'unuiv McShool Board for Northern
I irli dditrict. uhbject %o the action ol
it ue!intocratic primary.
A.r'. RRWWTON. .TR.
lor 31-miiltlr twchi>l Boardl.
Yi-ldinc to th-. urgent request of friends.
I have dt-cldei'd to aain hi-rome a candidate
for eiimernh-rtf the school board of Escarmbla
county. -ub.i-et to tne action of the delmo-
r'etrat, primrnii-'. K.. rWA~it i
For Member bchnel Board.
The friends of M R. J. A.8TSWARD of Wal-
nut Hill. having ng d his content,
helreby nnlounce hls i idacv for mem-
herof the Escambia al y school Koard
for thei not thetrn tlitt uhject to the ac.
tion of tihe denimorratlc primaries.
Fo-r Tax Ais-aior.
The candidacy of William W. Richards Is
hei-i'ly onnoun *Pd for re-flection as tax as-.
et.esior for -Esc ambia countlv

FOREIGN FACTS.

The average progress on the Simplon
tunnel is 1; feet a day.
The government of New Zealand pro,-
Tide.s work for all applicants at thi- rtite
of $2 a day.
Berlin has 70 public nmonumcntts. a lar-
CT-r nunlb'r in j>ro,,qrtiin to thl .-iz. of
the city than that of any other Europe,;an
capital.
British and Swi9.s 91 - have mnde an arriantleintnt iy t ulrhl
money can be transuiti.-d Iby t#.leIzra.i>j
between the two coutntriies.
The Sw'iety Fir Ethical Culture at a
recen4-t iii-eting in Munich discussed a
plan foer the establishment of public libra-
ries and reading rooms fashioned after
American models.
Heart to Heart Conldenes.
Pertle Goodwin-Don't tell anybody,
for the world! See this ring? Art
Smasher slipped It on my finger last
night
Meena Zevver-Yes. It's nice looking.
but it will make a black circle around
your Onger before you've worn It a
week. It did on mine.-Chicago Trib-
une.


Call for Mate Convention.
Call for a Stlate Dienecratic convention to
beliheId at Jacksotiville. FItia.. Tue"dty. .1 uie
IV. ism':
T'he deit"eratic party of thi-stnte of Fl-'or-
ida will hlild a atatei 'nlt'inon at .Jackson-
viiIe oil '1 I u.dlay. .11 n 1t, at 1-' noon, for the
following pu rpo'.le :
'io lhr-,os (d-lliZitt,- tO, reprv'.-lt the state
in the nlititltlal dinoli-ail ic convention. ti'
be held at Kan-its t'ny. Mo.. .uIlv i. 1141; to
ninlinatiit caiidlillates for ilt' ohett'ies of tiov-
ernor, ne oiu .Iutile of th ruipreile( t.ou rt.
a fle'r'tary ot SlHte. Attorniey-(eneral.
S'oniptrolltr. Treasiirer. Superintende-ntof
Public lislti te.'olliii-.ionr of Agri-
tulture., a Itailioitl Conilnii.sioner lfor ilie
torni of four years, four 'residential Elect-
ors and four alternriati toi le voted for Ht
the nExt regular s'tite election., Hli to
trans t't -lch other ini-iui-'es as iimay conime
before tlile convention.
Tihe iliffTrent ciunlliti inll tlhe state will
fernld l-le aegt- to li conventillon upon the
following i )n is of replr--litlllttillun: Dine del-
i'gate fi.r icl 0i on,'e huiinl edl votes cat' t for
lli caltl'lidile onl ti rate ticket y lho re-
ceived the highest nuthber of Vote lit tlh'
gr.ieerlil ti, unll of l1'.;. anld oile adolitional
vote for their fraction in excess thereof.
whIen it lillouint 1o lifty or lnore. The
commlliittee tits lll-o allowed 'nillilltional rep-
ret'.litation while thie voilt waI llicreis-ed
at thli election of iw.ei in any coulity for
iatle olllvers. I'he cullitit-sUs uinidr this- rule
will it. iititlhd- to n'prf-e'ilntin ull fol-
lo s:


Alach ui
Bradford
Rtaker
tIrevard
Cialhtiouii
Clay
Columbia
lDade
I icoto
Duual
EcaIllbin
'raiiklin
(adsJe. ii
Hamiltein
aI-rnando
I illbboro
Holm,.,
lacksion
t-ff erOon
iafav et tt-
I ukey
Lee .


.oill

Manat ee
adinll
Monfroa
N'asal
I >c'ti0 -a


S't. Jollls
Putnamin
Man ta Itosi
MuillWil
Illy lor
WVakulla
V%'li Ito II
W -IIfig lEt n1 I [Ii


'lThe counties will -elect the-ir deltgateii in
any nllitielr which Imy beh a ilelere-d o-iet
hv lil*. llll it, it'ting tir ,ughi the- party tl r-
gali ztlitIlli iit re',io i tlzeit(l y l ith l-t stalt.
.milv'ni ion. All d,,iiio-rnt( lir- iiiitpcd to
ptirl I' nipt iln hi I l 'lctionl of delegates
Slihtel-'t irielilliiing t lio-. wlio ihave h(.collme
qI i tttlll lti toe \ lit- iln'v I f i lti- t ,election.
Thi 11:11 it ill-ol ii fI-vli ,lir fv or eac 1h ro l li-
ly ro 1n\ ,,ill iol ,I-ld f i thIli-, purpos- of fle.-
i.lia{ .llv-: l to lli, slat, conrivo ntlo n are
li,'-l.- t o i ... l i(l t Op H oil. W .\ R, IAwl-.
e'l itrlIIIIIII in. l, lllnlln" e. h ., : 1 w ritll- i 1 t
printlitel "I,y (,f tli. prl*ceedtin s of urli'
l-ill y t ,o'Clhl"litlii. to( lt 'ile-r wilh li Ill't of
tl illt l ll of- lf t ei' C ill il V o l- tVlClltlV- c lnlni t-
%'-I. il l I: hI 1'h .1 ,si i i Ill,(e dt-'i II t, A| til-
.!.;i l '-ii .l seer' la" of -ttti.ich -lliInriiit e-,.
A. rRA\ I., .
.1, ( i C l::ir lmin.


E; ERY DROP


4If mledliciethOtlat geoe-'. iii

pt-ri s-ct y pure. Pu:re dr(liU -51114inl a

11 ~ ~ Y l'ii'.' u W.3 lit tiehe b?-. Lo.t



Palhitlex t I# tet. l'Lilill-3,011l.


THE


for Infants and Children.

Castoria is a harmless substitute for Ca %tor Oil. P.ir.
goric, Drops and .oothinu Syrups. IL i PI'l.uait. I*
contains neither Opium, forphil e nor other Nrv.,t-,
substance. It destroys Worms and allays Feveri-hii ,...
It cures Diarrhl'a and Wind Colic. It relieve,. Tet I, -
ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulats. .
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy an l natural >irh. ..
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's1 Friend.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of


ANDI)--



General Contractor


lBuiildiing. K, i :^ iri; ,, iltel an l i( rat S. ttii.l. |'lii!iGtri *e-' i :
ati;d Iti.s F'itting.

A Complete Plumbing Department under tl.

Management of E. B. Morey.

jir A rti-ti I)'-i ill A, Ei tilaite". Plani- ,iland Sp-i('t .iti ,,il f -
ing of All Kiiidi, Prepared on Short Netici .

A AP A Laire ;atid Carefully el-.ct. d Stlo.k eef Fin,- M it:t!- -
Tiling tof All Kindls. Bath Tubs, Clo,-.t .atid Hii-,le,! .\iehit... -
Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No. 34;,


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Citizens National Bank

1OF PENSACOLA.


L. HILTON GREEN.
PRESIDENT.
T. E. WELLES,
VICE-PIESID)ENT.


JoHN F IFF. PFI''R.

K.M.BU'SH N Ill..


DIRECTORS:


T. E. WELLES. WM. FISHER.
of E. E. taunders & C('.
K. J. WHITMIRE. JOH'V F. PFEIFFER.
L. HILTON ;0EEN.


ItI x M. IM)I't1% -


A General Banking Business Transarte


Vasse! Accounts Handled on Favorable Terms, ;-

Change Bought and Sold, Collections

Promptly Attended To.


ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.






The Star Laundry,



THE PI0! lANlRY 0I[OF0E1Di!! ORD '


Our Address
A- lwaiy asked f.,r wi :.:
hl-s4 beatity ,of thl I. ,. :i I

I 't-r is, (li-;)layi d i ill

SHIf T 'EONIF, ( Rl.
ANI) ( I 'r-

It I- ,Ilir le>--t rf'o m ilnli.e ,e'

;itr, allwa.ys i 1 li;il ',. 1 I:
l -%' ,r f.iil t >i .1 .e a .'C ; -.
ti 0:1.


ALL WORK C. 0. D.

TELEPHONE 114. ST E. GARDEN ki
CI"GOO9Dl CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FRIE.-In
WAT.KTRR IINORAHTAM. Ma"agr.


race For rensaco a

Buyers to Buy


ESTA'RT.imwu:l l1863.


Choice Family McKENZIE OERTING & CO


GROCERIES

-IS AT-

The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store



E$TZ & CO.,




1)0-120-122-0

E. Government Street.


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Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
60S AND 005 9. PAL.IAFIOX RUgrT.


REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S M01).-
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUsEL A BON's PL' M-

eumv, krdain Plits. Ills. lutil lstreitg, limts, kiiftir, 6il
OOMPAMES. LOG & O.
C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Ber Pilot,' '- :. ,
ciation.




TIT TI! TIWZ' WAIT CO1iiii!


sold and put on board of other vessels. Talented or Otherwe.In Use For Over 30 Years.
and harpoon irons were sometimes giv- "Billy Bobbs can't be much of a busi- I r
en or traded to Eskimos. It therefore ness man."TECusen.TVumevnM
becomes possible that the animal was "Why not?"
struck with a secondhand Iron.-Poout- "His wife says when anybody gives
lar Scence, him a message for her down town he h a s T u rn
remembers to give it to her when lie a s
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEiMENTS. gets home."-Detroit Free Press. e T ue q

Smoke DURHAM Ci- -m.ARCHITECT*-
For Representative. gars at D'Alemberte's.


MORRIS II.EA'.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, PLORIRDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 19CO a


I tIle Bit 1 To SeSSICVtlS.
- II aat1 or!d has few souls
-'ca l(w.:giL-uil.I who killed
a ~ : -i ljs caher (lay. HIim
I l~eat-.31(1 his father
halt. 1'ikipifrancs, or $;.
.1 -ct'is at-qia a their

1 -Y, :.s letters
2-!jeI-O air*d from

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'.I 1 t;:'.3u 7! ,a:.*
.. .. srh vii,'il ha'v''
S .i!..' i t ;\. tt t:w care v h.
i; .! ,-ir -. ir t tile far cur-
*.. fat tinhat li' seemed Iil at
L..- found that his action had
.... r --1 arouml-d her curiosity.
-a..n.e,-rdI what It was,. and she
a,.I 'at t!. hernelf that le had said
,. ..'a1,:S of importancee" so be
ate. n r.inodaXy but himself to
. ., toTok a l ok at It. She was
.! 'n Itnferring from his words
: e wa-. no rea(,son why she
S",'i And thidsi i what she read
,. I at pi,'- e.,T f iaper.
t yloU a 11w lint yiar curiosity
l..Trmlt ',a 1 to lIt this ill.ne."
a. :a to -i'lh.- prestl!.'ia ienit ill
pl-p a ma.:ll Hoiw CoIlld
In t:a- C ll-,' '.*I* i;:,Iut givin*zi
I t ai- "'- 0 "il :1,1 IeP4st.

RECENT INVENTIONS.
7 .' r ,.:*!] ',*r ic r... 'a ,y
a '. r, : '. n a.h hai :I t -
1 I.. I'-, frn it ,of t!i' i.r

' t 1 t *,p cf th.-
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a 'a- .- " *I lit t:. -i e t itia i
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A t atin ti talus at-of
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* I e* 't l the. i t Use tes
., i, ua , i.1 n t (. li :ight.

.at i '- r L 1'h lt' t s < ,I
"t aI:-tc- h f,-li h;.ni criap
a*- i t k l .'a ,! t uowat, dr. ti''
i \u:.. ni twa ar sd

- oa r. i a ta .t r

f t., :. e. ;p cf ( hii'i n, i.
li :t. tl e-!i-- f t-..Ung celery


R APS OF SCIENCE.

: a! aa.inires at 212 da'-
*\ Z'". hilt' haquaal air h .- a 11 i ,!*u'g:a~ -e i ,el,',w z,,ro
,-1 that in the qtri'cts of
.. 'u th, re art" ala. ut 3.00i)
a a: c iaid os a nir aDnd in
i- a -. vt. re t.h, ra a sick-

,.e -r .- tlhat ar, ian wells
S .. I -f ,'|ea arna. thlw as
N *,ha," -. hl) the prt ass
a it ,a.l : -rc'-.te,-t flow
S h i 1 the" wi
at .", I asrliat ie t sir d

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DURHAM Cigars have
heen tried and fire test-
ed. 'Alemberte sells
-ic*?m.


WkLu6 R DAVIS RESIGNS.
Will o on Lecture Platform In In.
telest of Boers.
Wasm Iroyow, April 2.-Webstor Da-
vis, assistant secretary of the interior,
has tendered his resignation. He will
go on the lecture p)Ltform in the inter-
est of :he Boers.
In an authorized statement gi en out
t, aday Mr. Davis says that -s a result tof
his visit to 'the Transvaal he feels iin-
1.4.l,1 to tender his re sinatti,,n as as.it.r-
Hit srettary 4 f th,, interior. He will
atr an early dat,- de-livr a le t*ar. in this
-*ty in the inrere.t of the South African

Mir. Davis f,-ls that this i.- the best
way t i ar -- en.thusiin.m ni of the
A; i'o.ip.' >;i a in; bh-.iaXl of thbo.ie re-
[,i':,i -.
l)e';tutir iu;'e ".. Willi T:ileve.
DE. AT: :. ALt., April 2. F-;.aul<
aitl >ur l;.:rs --, ,in ti t a-, i.uikiii this
t.w\vn thii r h "1 'r.rt -:-'. itud al t at t
n: '..r tly ,; ,e i,.a-: :.. i:ir.;Ltr'i l ,1 r
- ii...- I' .ltalt- e r p a li 11 up ,a'li r.' vet-l.
Tw whit' i u':i -:t -r -, the. h .u-;. of :t
V. ::'": 11 'tii l,ay;V i .... ie aI a l ] 'tth i:i~e i
I. ] I .T. ;, .yi- r, :. l'iad \l -n ; ..

t}i. at.i-r w."Utt throu.-hi her e-ffects, tak-
. ;'. : and a $'' Ia l t'k.
Mafy I11 .a Nt ,i: I. a\'a. .\.:. 1i ".--I ni:iyv be that


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)r DLhft t o tole Ittne ot O-1.
I ;a I' i |..-ai-l. ilaa th i e-. :f alc's
t A T.1u,,u r;,h! .. that !i. h,.;!,h
1 :.; rf-.\.I .:it- e-I n n l.a irzri- r !,,.c-ta lIir
-f ,t r I-,- 1 1 :1:1 A.lllV i'-a t!.lli t(:ll ill-
vea ti! II il i,,:r lepoa e'- si-,i, f- or there -,
nl ii il l ia;;ttrl ut y (il n et arth tudlay
where the I :lInI fowl is not a mainstay
South America and Europe where it is
the mainstay. and nowhere is there
known anything that can take Its
place, which is probably more than can
be said of anything In the world of
mechanlcs.--Centurv. ___
TH' ItE-'-.T aLVE 1% THE W !OHII)
i. Vau:er Ealve. It is made froin a
pre~pcriptiion hay a world wide known
-kia sp-ci'ilt and is positively t.#-
most healing salve for piles. Lurns
s-ald&, ulcer-, rinnini sore and
Akin di-ea-es.-- A. I)'Alemberte

ltnles ;lp- Lent.
Al! t!.,- faithful whlio hatvet "i-
;''-t'd t!' ir twenty-tirst year Mill
wla Ithave' heat )-cli tte-jir-ixtietli
y-ar. tid w blo are iot exemipt-d ft. In
tthu I,; ali tti.,n aft fatini by i;Ckn I .I
i. a11 ~a tk r other well ki 'wn 11 r-;:i-
-'it,-. .re hlI t d to f;,a t lon all thu'
d.. ,f l,, . -" :.t n1,il.ati .
(o'i ti .-. a ';iy- i'aut one full InP:l l i-
i-; 1* A -I. w ticlh -Wha:o l I lloat i' take-ti
I,. ft.re iio,,I:.
('cl-toiin :i:aw at cup oif (coff T, to-:
1a" ti-ill ,'f bread r a, ca.tjek r. toa b" t ik-it i:i
'!:* i, orii,: :.lit ill the eve iil 1, ;1
e.' l, I i ti. itat exce edilt;; thl, f,, lfrti
par ii oi :iti rainary mi -al, i- allwe-td.
A t thi' c'!l:titloil. u'ter, r t 'l;e','<-e.
it'.ia. ,I',- :t d a ll kin:d- f fruit.
\,- '. ;;: ta? .k. :l!, ,l a it-e a;llwa i !.

\\ r ,i '"' .r v.t\ '- i '.t'. iivn -7.i. II 't lt
X'kS .t :,*.' I. i: 'l ie i i (tlallM tot
t.k- t; a- < a;lattion i' tt.'e i:orniii ;
jnt f dt e liii'l itn t.l" ev.Ie :i:i.
.\l) iei!C>( -r.- I ";,.* ,-," ef ;i.--i
i- h i il i d .il ll t:ice \V\'teo d es;aliy
:'.1l li avy- of I., lIt nlid on th S tiday of r'tllr \Week al'd on Holy

i'le- u e o(f !Airt i- :ilo\vdw -l in coXk-
ing.
r sh and fl-sh are not allowed at
t!:." .a t li l-al. evetl til SSul;Ida:i'.
l: -. ('hte-e--e, inilk attid butter Itiay'
be u.s;d every day. but abttin. nt(e.
froin all (of these 1i recouinieded oin
(;,acd Fr-iday.
Per.ona exempted from the obli-
'_ation ot fa4tirnr are not bound bh..
ttio re--tiiction of ut-inig nIeitt lsit
ilce t-a day on the days in which thie
I-- if niet'at i- pern:itted bty di-pen-' -
S tI, :..
('!.iltlr.tf ov r ;e.-ve i year- of :tae.
4T. haIunid by tl'- law Af ah's il lIenc'.
Il'i.-* xclused by cktne-s or othteei
ca',es.
I'lt. paschal tini '. in which :ill
( ': , :r at- .t dis.t'r-tion : c- ive toIly tcoinimnio:i worthily. -x-
t-nd- irown the flr-t .unday of L[it,
iill Trinity Sunday, inclusive. Clhil-
*ire-n over ,orven- year' of age aire
t'llund Ily the proce.pt of annual con-
f, -in Pa.tor' i-tad parentts should
-. that the children tconply with
t!'l- duty.
I'T e holy -e.aon af I.en* i-s a timnu
f ;arvt-r. of st rrow for sin. of seclu-
-,oil fI iiit t i world antd it; amiu-e-
ll:'-it o. Nlid ao -r ht-r iu. :tiln'-irivinlL
I' '-; v .t l i '1 l t: :t Al .t ) tho t
a- f filie li 1i11i .1 -ev- f r u
A t it l ,!!l .ir r h I 1h.I
v. I k j. a p :ila-. iwhov c itiiet e:i-ia V
-c :v(. th cmilli *i law of th,
i;T' i. e:rao d- i i --, fr,,tr ti i !)-
ta -' I iof jb-?ilildce' lol ail d&t1s ,f
-a \ ~ir?\''' pt Fr ;d&-' A-hi
\V -i:, a--, ; ali iy Vt e -lk tila cd 'iri-t-

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Ra.s:r's Knlves. Forks and pa-con


Settled by Arbtration
OMAHA, April 2.-Arbitrator
decided the Omaha-Kanms Cit
ential case, involving the'rate
ing house products to the south
holds that the contention of the
ton for a 3-cent differential to
The differential halm been 6 c
some m iiths ago the Bnrlin.gto
to 3. Other Omaha roads reset
and a litter tight ensued.
I as Too Many Wivesa
(;Iir.N\ l.i.E, S. C.. April 2.
Meis,enhanmner, a entton mill ,
21 years old, has been arrested
t, Uninii county for trial on a c
bignmy. It is alleged that tht
has thr-e' living wiives.
Willn ia .Iones Ins vie
WASHINGTONO, April 2. -
J, nis, the avenger whoi 'c ;at
President Garfteld's .-a--ai-i
(iuiteau wa-s .leintg taken t>,
beeln fouindl insane itud turunld
Georgia relative.

I1ow He Was Insultei
"lIe insulted me," said thj
tor.
"Indeed?" returned the plaii
"Off-rod you rnoney, I suppose
"olh. it wasn't that." repjlled
Islat, r, "l*ut hle unidrestinua
price:"-Chicrago Post.


A IT ,LE Kn)owN >%A('r.
That the majority of sri.m-ll di--
e;I-"- 4)ri giilate il d l-,ider of the
1i Jle .v-. l o!ey's Kiduey Cure is
ia:ira;n tej. lTrv it 't -!,-h if vo a ;are
Il.t fe eI11., w, l. !1 V. A. I'Al in-
b-rte.
E-3.M1'I,)YM9:0 N O)F'-'I( E.
Ring utip .s2 or call at theP office.
;] North Paiaf)ix stroit. whii-ti in1
'i'd o(f a ci rplt-r. II. 1). 11offirin,
,luinel..s- Aetlt of tlhe- C'arpenter's
aindJoirters' I'nioin. will furnish you
with the desired help on short no-
tice. nl25tf


1,11 11f JARRAN-CAS, NMor,,h '0,
I SJ e~ided ia~ai:ll intrip-
ai.ictl-., wIi rai-;+ivl d bc-re' lintil. 11
A1 il.. Aril 14- ItJMio), a nd tht ii

Pitck'iu.s 'Fla .. I 11a mirr k :t n d I
Ouard hlouse. 1'. S. re~Aet'ves tile
rl!1t~i at-eillt tor izej'-r: ;my tr
I .I.~ q)t-al Wtrzille..lprttD!! -
ii* ~ ~ ~ ~ hii lit. i~,i 1111.I 1 I isiSk o'l*
i'ua;.a..s'..fircIai-trdIti~t)I ;at Fo)rt
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N *(111Cl' I-I'. iirelay '.ivon t'i it Oe i,~ u -
.,r ziia faor IetrR -s punth. Itoirwoar, rlottl
filaaor-, litoy&C to ltfisioy tindeer 11lii'e.-
* hlmerloel 41 (OtIaO w of(lie fitte talit J- air
ido. tin ler atcharter in v%,vrd. ari~t f.is
ii osi ii!i. t~nit-ill i nani om will(Ii is on to ic ill
tile utilci-tit tile 'crelgngy of E%'Lale.
1.'1he halite llti lie-inrairpos at on shlia'l It,.
B-anns. I~uuw..dv & Comnpany, and it% piace
Of~ 1111ta~ink-1.4. ert~acols. tu l..cisthllis counltyV,
li.t te toll Ior ida.
".Thevenei.raslnatureirof I he hi-;n....e of
tilt- l'orj)Eiritimi hi iall It -to htai. L. %l. atml-
fact ure snil'! ax j trt 'AnA nf andid hwn t; imur.
*.tol, 5t1!-tom~svi ot slhir mood aHl-: it)
chlarterr shijp-: to litiv arid %ell, Woot~e PMild
le.-t*i titntor smod oflie-n stll1savid all'" %_toher
reftd e-t at. vivid tit tit)all ot hqr lb iii ~UsUali
ar id itct-sary Iin thle colidut iof tie ifti-mike-s
of timl hr anid lumbe-r isntgerhsimts ill the
Simi~tita Fclorciida. ..urigim. Alalitiatru. MNi-i
issitppi. Louanlia~na and Texta.. or !l.et*-~ihI
:.IItl. c4mj1iai l -vik of IIthe cerpar..t i..I
,hall 1I#-- 'I hr...-H uisr.-AI tii iti~arti d je
ml tgliodtiirs. toa tie- fitli'sel led11oist.11 i mes oa
t'i- pair 31u- tit Orio I W-u-santd i~laulia llIto
lae~it-- -e. titlie- paid sup in lull up it orgaii-
4. '1it (*ie ct pmi11ion w hi~ll I a t frtill Ili
to.-it if ttA en. I %-ri'.*..t 2-7, 1 .mrn,.
.I. I Ii.- hiirj ,#-.% ofI ia 'leeiiimra, io-ti i~ilt
he coia:dutc I Itat d a P t.id+ n *', :\e Irea-t
dii.:nt. eivtlAir' ant I& 'Ireal-u l ..r. atiad n
H-iouard of ,,i a161 laimo-cont. satiiUt aIit ttwr
;%,ic: :m any baretifter he ;~ il-lfair.
-o ie +a-1--eted sythe ll-%t,-Ckliiolliarstan Inv.
1iii l4W~ii'Ivit May iaf ee ai-year, aorir t.
aa,,ail t ha-reattler a.4 lpned icatia:itii.1and hae
lilotalie- aI i lie 11111 i-I t *.. l areto ii(tao ll(lict
UTh. haa'.until Incas.-" I leat t- t(II, hil-I
inieti g shall he qitiint tid. eart.
if. ll.&nr-. tra-ld- i t ;*. 1. v'i h .. 'ice
p .aail J X. Belns-,--cr.'l:5ti ab V. Lu: -
t 1, t-. lritilrd Ii. ?-81 ita. tars n~i 411-
I .1%t-.il .1 F -Ij e h Mrrn di.- 1,1n..1 t.F
a. I .- li~ii oo amlairt -f aiaiit t-dic,.. or
Ielaa twi t a il ii :adcli Int. (,Iallitaaa"I it'l cfl (ll ht
mitll IIll- ail. vCr11 -. t if 1, .taad
thiia ci t.~l aaito mli daitler.
r~herr l--n a.. f~illoaii : -i Ila Itr- t', to-ita-
o ~a-1:-. ieia. \ A I. Mali-%a-'t
Jr I tu.iin. % sIl ; 111 .1- Lli t r-1n.l. ni t Iim .

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II:.. iP.A

JOHN McDAVID,

REAL ESTATE AND BROKERACE.
t( I Y PIZ)OPi.:I 'Y. F-AI. I.ING.
AND TIllIER I.ANI).-
FO-R SA1.IE.
Loars Pl.eed at reasonable a'es.
:| A E -t G ( % ,- v riipo e t" S'r<-pt.


H. A. WATERS,


Batcher and Green Grocer.
PHONE 172
Fre,-sh Tenneee and Native Meats.
Uhickena and Country
Produce Daily.
Shop, Ra of Johnson & Son's Store.
INTENDENCIA STREET.


Indigestion!

We challenge the world

to produce a remedy equal

to the Matchless AIineral

Water for the cure of In-

digestion, Dyspepsia and

all forms of Stomach, Bow-


I take great pleasure in certifying to, tie
purity ar.d the merit of Wilkinsori's Marth-
lese Minteral Water. Tbts natural miiineral
tonic, to my perrsonal knowledge., is taken
from a well three miles east of Greenville.
in the exact condition in which it is sold. I
have **een 'li water used. with wordetrful
succe-%. for dyspepsia. indigestion. sore
eyeqa and for eruptive diseases sores and
ulcers on nman and animal. As a remedy
for tin-e.- troubles. I do not believe its
equal '.xt-t.. It is highly recomnme ded by
pbysiciauns for a number of diseases.
ZELL OArTOK,
Judge of Probate Court, Butler County.




LOI G DIIIETORY

K!IIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Pensatcola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P,
meets every Monday even-
ing at 7:.0), at Castle Hall.
In Ilutchinson hall. West
Intandencia street.
S'ilting brethren cordially
welconimed.
MB*H. JU'DEVIva,
H. HORSLKR. C.C
K. K.& 8.

W. O0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. 1 Woodman of the
World.
NMet, rirst and third Friday night Ic
e mt-, amai,,b. Visiting soverolgne cordi-
nli t itred. W. W. WATSON,
S.1. I. illAMlt.,Clerk. C.C.

In Fw' ,'min: ('County Circuit Court, First
J iitnail (.'ircuit. State of Florida.
l;t,1.ilt saiTh Factory Company, a
curpirat ion. I
vs.
Mr-. IDora Tally and C. M. (ole-
The defendant. '. M. I olematn. is required
to appear to th,- bill tiled in this cau-e upon
Mindia the ,-evenoth day of Mity. 4. I lo.
rit i orde-r tai the publilsh-td ian TiHF IDAII.Y
N wa -. a nIlewispa r putll ieiid 1II -aild E -
C tiihi t aoalrtv. onice each %%.,-k for eigbt
cotlnecutive w, eka-.
A.'M. Mt'MlIi',a,
[S.A- .) I'lerk 'r.11 ICourt.
Itv B. H. HI Ir N,
' p % lerk.
Penuacolp. Florida. lari .':i. .
iII'O tWnW


Franchise Revoked.
WAmHINOTON, April 2. Secretary
Root has revoked the license granted to
Ramon Valdez for the use of water of
the River LaPlata of Puertoi Ri'o to cre-
ate electric power for a railroad. He
has also annti uned.i that th- deiptrtmieut
will grant no franiIi.hs or licenses in
the island until the establishment of


i. PVREK BLOOD CURE.
Olds has An Ctffering Proving Faith to Sutf-
ty diffe- erer I
on peak- Is your Blood Pure? Are you sure
Burling-if it Do cuts or scratches heal
be good. ;slowly? Does your skin itch or burn?
ents and Have you Pimples? Eruptions?
l cut it Aching Bones or Back? Eczema?
Old Sores? Boils? Scrofula? Rheu-
matism? Foul Breath? Catarrh?
Are you pale? If so purify your
-Joseph Blood at once with B. B. B (Botanic
native, ,Blood Balm). It makes the Blood
pratve re and Rich, heals every sore
and taken and gives a clear, smooth, healthy
*barge of skin. Deep-seated cases like ulcers,
e accused cancer, eating sores, Painful Swel-
lings, Blood Poison are quickly
cured by I. B. B., inad. especially
for all obstinate Blood and Skin
WilliamI Troubl( s. B. B. B. is different from
4;uitiau, other remedies because B. H. IB.
n, while drain- the Poison and Humors out
jail, has fthe Blood and entire system so
ovcr to a the symptoms cannot return. Give
it a trial. It cures when all else fail,.
Thoroughly tested for 3) years. Sold
at drug stores at $1 per large bottle
d. f; large bottles (full treatment) 15.
e leglsla- So sufferers may test it, a trial bot-
tle given away absolutely fre,.
n citizen. Write for it. Address BLOOD)
?" HALM (CO Atlanta. (;a. Write to-
I the leg- day. Describe trouble and free ined
itedl my ical advice given.


Bears *he Te kd Ybu Ham Always BogM



Medical Society, Attention.
There will be a retrular meeting ef
the Pensaccla Medical Society at
thp Board of Health office at 9
o'clock p.m.Tuesday. April 10 and 24.
Visitintr physicians are cordially
invited to attend.
D. W. MoMILLAW. M. D.,
President.
E. F. BRUCE, M. D.,
secretary. iSmt

DURHAM Cigars are
the finest 5 cent smoke.
Try them at D'Alem-
berte's.

WEEKLY IsCHEDULEX
FOR STEAM DIVISION
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains lIave Pensacola for the Little
Bayou, Palmetto Beach. Warrington, Navy
Yard and Fort i.arrancas at
6:.a. m.arrilv, at Fort Barrancas 7:l6a.m
10:X) a. rn.arrive at Fort Barranca nW 45 aim
1 :M p. m. arrive at Fort Harranca 1.4S p nW
8;') p. m. in. vivat Fort HBarranc;iS 4:l1 p m
6:15.p. m. arriveat Fort Barrancas 7:l1op m
*':O p m. arrive at Fort Barraneas 8:45 p.m
Trains leave Fort Barranoas for Peons-
cola at
7:0 a. in. arrive at Pensacola ...... :15 a. m
11 :X0 p. m. arrive at Pensacola........ 11:46 p. m
'-':I) p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... -::45 p.m
- ,~0 p m arrive at Pensacola .. 7:i5 p m
7:4) p. in. arrive at Pensacola......... 7:46p m
'1. 4 p. m. arrive at Pensacola......... i0 p. mw
*4atutrdays only.
In effect Dec. Ist, 199.
IUNDAT sOEDUErr.
Leave Pensacola. Lv Fort Barraneat
9a.m. 10 a. m.
11 .m. I1 m.
1p.m. 2p.m.
2p.m 3 p.m.
8p~m e.p.
5p.m *p.m.
*p m. Mp.m.
lARK POR WERI DAY.
PenQaco:a to Fort Barrancas and return fIc
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return..... e
Pensacola to Palmetto Beach and return lio
raaM roR SUNDAY
tensaoola to 3rt Barranoas Navy
I ard and return....................... Me
Penasoaola to Palmetto Beach and
return lie
No freight received after :15 r. vn.

-GOOLAY=4-

Grist and Corn Meal Mills,

1I. F. GONZAhlEZ & CO., Prop s,
Manufacturers
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
STOCK FEED.


Patronize Home Industry. for there is
every reason you should buy your Meal and
Stock Feed from the Hornme Manufacturer,
for by so dolug you encourage home Indus-
try. Your money is left in the community
and you in turn are Indirectly benefited.
In fostering the home manufacturer you
contribute to the causeof labor. You owe
it to the community in which you live and
which contributes to your support.

CMICMWTTEN'S ENGLISH
NYRYAL PILLS
A. S F" E. vtwa ir viable LudII. iiruqist
o '" CHICIHIIKiESTEKIS E.NG.L4H
S~a E KD saut Gold malalesi ba.. -.s;,-
g o a assit h* i i.r- n T alie- etb eer. R eria e
1 Iouspr.. 'Uubelzud. mU-- sad4 IlIt.
Sl ano U w RPg ,f your Driglti t- -b. -m-I 4o. ,
o *m* r..e r l'r eUlra.m Tetll.milal*
I't-" C dit 'hlr.te. Chre mle l4 .,.
Vieato. iris. .- Idlse arme .re,. I'IIILA.. VA


UOWRIS B3S0.


GENERAL INSURANCE OUNN'S
a s


-AND--

Real Estate Agents,
PENSACOLA. FLA.
REPRESENT FWENTY-TWO OF THIl
LEADING FIRE. LIFE, MARINE.
ACCIDENT, FIDELITY, PLATE
GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN-
SURANCE COMPANIES. . .. .

nral1 Aigits of the Eqeitabli

Life uraicc Society of the

OUitcl States.
Conna...o...cm or..m


H


The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.--*
Prompt Delivery and S tti-f.ictiion
Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros,
401 South Pal.sfox St..
Phone No. 116. P. o. Hox 2bl.
Railroad Exchange. lPhone 26%.

PROrESSIONAL OARDa.

Dr. (fareellu5s leereary,

Physician ali Surg on.
Residence, 24 Weat ureirory tSt ree
Pholl' I'.!-.
OfficO, I)'Alembh-rit* uthldin It,'.' ,i outt
ralaifux Ire.t. Phu.io. .'t ."

Di. Wx. C. DBWBBaYT.

OFFIOE-Hanash Bros.' Drug Stor.
RESIDENOB-400 E. Jackneo Stree


Win. I. Marean, M. D.,

Ho0meoatlic Piylc2I anl Siriu,
Late of Ocala, Fla..
Offers his professional services ') ttl' citi-
zens of Penascola.
Especial attention given to tat triatment
of Chronic blomaf.4 and DI)--asow of
Women and bhlldrtn.
Thirty Yars raetice In the- Knuth.
Office Hours:- a. m. to It m.. to m p. m.
Residence Phone No. o60.
rhenv.-innt BRIlidlngr-ltr'es a

Dr. Wilmer S. Hall.

DENTAL SURGEON,

Nusic TeIl. Pkins 34.


G ND EASIER Bill!

To be Given By
HOPE LODGE, No. 2571, K. of H .
odd lellows Hall. Warrinuton.

Monday, April 16, 1900.

Tickets 'A) cents. Ladiee Free. Fre,
Transportation on Dummy.





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Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYSTERS. FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN MEA()ON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
R.\TES:-From $1.00 to $1., per Day. % LODGING:
.15,. andtl , S. Soni Palafox, Street Penpat.,la. I'lorisla 25 and 50C


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-No. %North Palafox Street.
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Principal. No. South Pldafox Stet.
MISS IDA PALAGOS, Assistant.
Voice culture. Violin and Pian ep Kinds o' Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand
System; aIso Gtntar, Ban)oand Mandolin. EIWFRHON3 811 *1 PISAOOlIA, IlA.


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Palafox Street.

Pensacola. Florida.


civil governuien t lthre.
Women Vote Early.
CI.:VF.LAi>), April 2.--Int'rest nmani-
festedl her, in the local elections as a re-
sult uf the thr'e cornered fight over the
selection of a director of schoNls waws in-
ten--se'. Nine thousand waien.n registered
in ord.-r to 1Ie eligible to vote, and they
were at thea p 1lls early, notwithstanding
a heavy ranin.
Allen Fuller Hanged.
M \,,':. April 2.-Allen Fuller, the
ue'r a umurd.rer of Mrs. Pottle, was
hang,.,d in the jail here at 11 clock. He
w;k.-s Ii' n Outi -ed dead five minutes after
the "-'.AI t.ll. He prote-ted his inno-
* ;r ,,- r th.. last.
The Riutler Hoof Marks.
TU. rc' .'. a hihiiw.vay min the land
pa:: wi:.! AniAl its 'tuJt or sand
The at irr!iile. so you'll find.
Ha. Itft its auto-graph i min.I.
--Elitts Msageazi
A wo .1 -r:'tinl- E. Pro-s-ion. ,of Pres
-,;al\ i; !.. K:i ., wrote a letter the
ethr- d:!v. .i int: the opinitnn of
vel"1 'civ inll hi tiwnt wito ho11:1S ,ned
F1 .' H e .::A' T'ar i-. th"it it is
the V-'r;' .'-.t medicine for i gitrippe.
CeaI-, c igh. etc. W. A. D'Alemn-
>'rie'.


F'olt SA..1 el Troubles and Skin Dis-
At a bargain. 7t, acres a30 Iuner eases. Guaranteed to cure,
fence and cultivation, the balance
woodland), tof a mile north of ('er- or money refunded. Cost
dova Park, with 4-rootm house, barn
and two stables. Price (th) For only 5 cents a day to use it.
further information, apply to W. R
Douria-.s on place, or J. E. i ubuis- One dollar bottle last twen-
son & Bro., city. 13mlu tydays.

Three Large Stores
For sale by all druggists;
Full of FURNITURE. The flnt For sale
line of Walnut Hedro.wm Suites e.vr also If. T. Greenn Co. 37
-hownI in Plpn.aeotla. Pretty, neatly-
flnishe-d l' 4 oak lBdroomn Suites at S. Palafox Street.
all pricet RU ttan and C(',bble-r eat
Rovlzei-. big and little. cheap and OR ADDRESS
high. L,-,ok at' thWnI. WILKINSON
1; .r aninIou l -'urIihi g oue o e

No better Cigar for Greenville. Ala.
the money made--DUR- PTeatinttilFrom Judge Gaston.
HAM -atD'Alemberte's GRKENVLL. Al. ug. 10.


O1TEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


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Acme Beer.

THE BEST BEER 4SOLD IN
PENSAt'OLA.

Dannheisser Bros.,

AGENTS.

A'so Sold by I. Perry and a, tYates.


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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1900. 5


THE SHIPPING BILL. DEEP BRAFT VESEIB.
NOTES ,,. ....., cardinal p Ft ,h in A List of The That Are Now Ready
the Relport of the Commnitte.. Ior ea.
Chairman Charles H. (rosvenor On the slate at the Bar Pilots'
rt-tr of the house committee on merchant (,teice to-day apIpears a li-t of vessels
marnil' and fisherie-, favorably ro ready for sa-the deepest draft *f
p orted toe amne:ided sh.ippitig bill any lii- ti.tt ever appeared on the
la-t Saturday. aceomppanied by an late-i_:dicating that as soon as it
:.i.rate report p.,.i.tir .ut it is ad- becotn i. ,, ,r ,norallv known that


. : .autage to th!- nation. Thle report we ha:ve nli.ient wat-r to tloat
,,:.tains valuable ,-.tt!-tic l infer- deep draft ves-els, larger commercial
A ,,.., atiloni which should insure favor- vessels will seek charters here. The
able consideration of the bill. Mr. list is as follows:
i-tI.... *:- tro'-venor. in his report. points ou: Flagship New York, 27 feet.
S. t',o cardinal pl)urpos.- of the bill, a3 Battleship Texas. 25.6 feet.
: f,,lowa: rRu-nsian ship ('olumbu-, 2', 2 f(+et.
.. lt u ,,:.oi. .. eid real iracli-l way--and noi Briti.hi steatmship Cilurnunm. 2.;
-.- l.. 'it u der existing .oin ting -. the oily .
,p.ilat.- way-idr bringing to tlhe greatest feet.
., t. {.f ,, laI- I;ll- -xti-tpoesible, our owl foreign trad- back Swedish bark Dharwar. 22:1 feet.
SItI -.-ca, . tour own bands. and tthu-aving to our Italian bark Trento, 21.6 feet.
country certainly more than iS.OlU ,4tili,
,. .I ,u'iak ,rig- trasn.portation money annuanlv. which Italian bark Bersagliere, 21 feet.
S t u k ow goe* to incre-ase the wt-ai.h of other Norwegian bark Frigga. 21)9 feet.
1 1: *. l -.-t ,l.ola. nations. Italian bark Venezian. 21 feet.
To greatly Increase the exportation I anbr enezian. eet.
ir N, 'ratn, vr ;ahll and al4- (of all kind of outr uperabuindant -
S ,-" tl.,," .i- i.- 0 i 'pruductionts. and especially in th" va.t re- A Powder Mill Explosion
... ,onof Eatern Atila. evidently very ot n ,.
,to t-openD-d to the trade of tbe world. Thbli Removes everything in sight; so
. M,,,.i. .rrvd na a trade that the nation best prepared to do drastic mineral till. but hoth
.... et-iag e In will nccenaraly get th reader aremighty dangerous Don'tadyna-
. ; .".. -t:r rt'.t- a ,-z- ;roortion of by t own ships nuder its n'td na-
.. a flag. and with its own postal facilities- mite tt.e delicate machinery of your
a-d its own commercial establisbments for body with calomel, croton oil or
, \ j- +.,5'i-r -, I t ife ,f tte dtepoal of Its productions.
Sf o brit anto e.teinc .at the earlit aloes pills. when Dr. King's New
,* ..gta .t i!iFte "--i p,.-tblmtim,-a great Amercan flt onatmor- Life Pilil, which are gentle ui a,
.fln tetf o.Pit.t)ii t nourownecountry, with summer brefezp, do thle work per-
Sour owu nImaterlas and by our own l,,r, as fetly. Cursp Headtaes. (.onttila-
SS S N ew a IO-t iece $agry in -anD of national aid and c"> O y' t a t NV A. D 'Alpli-
.. ;onal af in tm of trtol ton. Oy ct. at \. A. D Ale
.: ** '* ',: ** ~war, or other disturbance the probabllty berte'L.
Sr 6anich is unhappily not small. even now.
4 To increase thia- riumnber of our citizens'.
StI.a-;, t.;t.'k :* I :tre -. twhi will hteducated ian afaring work.and Order Shrirnp from Vidal. Phone
S. ..tau-. i i. tll thu bavethte skilI and Iw better 154.
"* A | t,.,;- t defend th, honor and int i ,tii country o(n the' -a, hiow'-vcr saddtlf'ly
... : .. <-.a.o a..i... y happen .
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I i 1 -1: sta :1 sa N1 -; aa-.a1"Ia
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itemnarka.le C ure of Rheiumatisma
K ENNA. Jackson Co., W. Va.
Ahout thr-.v yv,-.ar- ago lmy wifet
!;:>d atn attack of rtheumati-mn whichI
c'.ntiin,-d lh- r t4i her bed tfour a lina)nta!
,ti r d ,a-rad h,'.r ttunaL l t walk a
-t.*; without, t a-!i-tmlce. lier lihlbs
ht- i; -w.,Ii,-n t., d. iubl,. tit-eir ln- ornl.tl
-iz-. Mr.S'.Maddox in-i-ted on my
,i-in:: t.t(a herlain' I' ain Halnh.
I ;:-i !.: a- .1 a ; ifty c.- at little atid
i-e il it atc',r'f. ln to t; a t- (!ir-(.'cti,,
atlt thei- n-xt Trarniirlng -he walked to
i:, .'tkf.,-t without i-li-ta:ice iin :in ly
in itn -r. and Qiue ihas not had at -iil-
lar attack -inrce.-A. I. Pl.\l-,N><.
F.r -af lby Hannah BIro-.. 2' *.'-ut:.
l',tlif,,x -tre,-t.


FINE SHRIMP
At V. J. Vidal's. Phone 1.,4. Ord-r
quick.


Pep-in Pe; perinint W:iaf.-i- aid di-
a+stion. Ask your de ler tfor th'l in
NAVAL STOI'.'S MAItKET.
Reported Datly for The News hy
Merser. A. M. Mores & Co.
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Go to P. W. Smith's
for photos of the war
ships, 7 South Palafox,
Alpha Pharmacy.


Some Ir terestl0 Figures.


capitall of the Four Great Ilanks ,of the World.


k, I ti :-h. tShe .if-eria'r Bank of England,
w y T. I-ntly -tr ick#,n with ap>- **
.,.1 i..- ,lii.t at the. re-i-Bank of France, . .

S..: Mnd.y v.nt arrivi. Imperial Bank of Germany, . .
-. I. Altrt-ti aid rMr. a Bank of Russia, . .
- If H J-ra-iai- of IDetroit.
I*.. ,n,.,,,er" .4f Sjpring If ll flap- total, *
S a rc!, :at M rtle (;r ve- will
;r ,,fa ti,r ia f.-.tival Frid:av FUIOS HELD IY THE MUTUAL LIFE IISURINCE COMPiIY
I, t Il' i l the tlll lldat ,
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$86,047,935
36,500,000
28,560,000
25,714,920

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$ 01,144,537


Or $125,021,682 more than the combined
capital of these famous banks.
Th:I 1i,'\ f riaa a af Il i,' 4 of 11t.il N 1' :11l I if.- la i r:>at ( ', :Ii.: <"
N, . ark. U!t h:irl A. 11: urd'. Prv- iah t. pr. aiIl, -:
FI"r- Th, E I- l VI Y -f -. 1 L .:.;7.. :of ..'.
S, ,,,n l FITAIt I. E INV EsI'.MIENT
S -l ',r l I.III: \I. 1. PAN. I' TO THIE INNSI l i..l
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CECIL WILLCOX, General
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


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W. G. CHIPLEY, AGENT,


PENSACOLA. FLA.


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4- unless you can't help yourself.
Every Dollar spent in our
store entitles you to a ticket
which give you a chance for the
4 beautiful Machine displayed in
our show window. Lucky num-
ber announced May 1.

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Using Using
Cuticura Soa l CutlcuraSoap e

Face Humors
Pimples, blackheads, simple rashes,
red, rough hands, falling hair, and
baby blemishes prevented by CuTI-
CURA SOAP, a sure preventive of in-
flammation and clogging of the Pores.
%oldthrmabouththeworld. Pnt a Dmawo t) CUx.
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ROWING REGATTA.
News of the Amateur Oarsmen's Com-
Ing llegatta.
The New Orleans Times-Democrat
of yesterday says:
After all it looks as though the
next anuu il regatta of the Southern
Amiattiur Rowinz A-Aociation will
take place in Lake Pontchartrain.
TI'e Pi-ns.icola Boat Club was very
ntixious to have the regatta take
place in Florida waters, but from
present indications the chances are
very much against it. There are five
owin clubs in New Orleans, and
tl, -.iecial committee appointed by
hie a;--ociatioti to sel-ect a place for
the regatta decided tliat ab, ut $70)
would beI needed to pay thl- ex-
penses- f th" l,.-al 1a in-n to
P't i-;lc' :It and iAtrt Th''ii' 'e-
ial c ,; tin itt,., i;m t l:>-t niii ht. A
letter fro, t!)l -n t ilt!) wat-
**.id a idit l',!i thi" tri'ndl if it it I
*\ ;a-tut tlati' :;, i -prie a't -;tk d by the
,wa::l *iar~ ,I-i i- l1 ittl- -t,- p. 'I h,
cominmittef- Vw il t -,ldri' -; aI, at lt r<'I ',e i -
tann:ii';atii!'n t' ) the I'en-:tic l:t club.
'The c'4ilmiauttete will make its r-purt
tao t4he af ', iatiol at tl:e meeting
called for Sunday, April b
James J. Woulte and several either
inuimberr. of the committee will call
n (C. D. wVyman, general ml1:n.1,,1 r
)f the New Orleans aund City t il-
,oad for the purpose of asking- Ir.
Wyman to i ntere-t himself in the
>s 'ociation.
It is not at all unlikely that the
championship regatta of the Na-
iional Asocation of Amateur Oari-
len will taKe place in this city inl
904. James J. Woulfe, who is a
delegate from the Y. M. 0. C. to the
Association, i; making a strong bid
or the revatta, arid he is very hope-
ful of success. There is a general
evival of int-rest in aquatics in this
city, and if the oarsmen would only
how the proper spirit there would
be very little trouble in securing the
championship regatta for New Or:
means.


Shrimp at Vidal's. Phone 154.
SPANISH M ICKEREIj.
Plenty of flue ones to-day, served
in any style, at Nic Apostle's restau-
rant.
We will l:uindr yur sqreadui for
"15 cents each' aid iatake titheml look
like new. Star Lauindry.
\\', niay iv. w tihotlt lov \. e in:ay l.v'-
N it% I t tihon k .,
Hut ae vilt .'.i iallu ca ittin ot liv.' Vwitiilt
--Owwn tMer,,l.th.
Andl our cooks -;Icatiiiot ("-,.k wit!;-
,,lt t011 lIl.ttt ill- ll terS-;l|'y t" CuII-
- rlat.- uieal.t. 'I'Tla i intri;al-, ian
,,rtd-r to prodi ueiti g,< d, wivh le'ailin
f od. tut -t hi- of tI ;a l)t,.w t qItItlity. To
pr c rllr tI-;- 'i 'fC the da -ir-.d (quali y
We' !t!-;t t I tl r TI r2lit pla.t' ftr
thenll. Tl'o t .'ilI '+w-c'a. ,t<- t- V 0ry I1
t:taniliar wit:h t i.- s'ubjlct will tell
.*,,u. i- J.wieby'- '
\W llItL t. 11.1-i- 2t ill t t. w Iy o
fir-t-'laa--. Il,:l'-i;:td id miat-ri:A'-, fior
m \i ; l. whoto-o if-livin lo. d-
-lit t ltr tl.e gd-'" tlian-elv,---yot
"i)L'it pi"t 1:1 ;t \ '! .-lAil:r",w. \V1 at
!,a lta-' 2,)t car! -Cali' tl-y i, l r',rn -d
witlaut vi-itinl that w nilld''rfful
p a. I re hi k ap' s (;IIa'lli t
*'-r-r t i:tg g)ad t' via taa vi ti:.l ;
wt'-!;p a'r -iirlpply an army, a:nd ill-
a scti.Z tha-' *a' r 'lla)ils vaf-iety 41f
to,- ,'h,,!l -;;';>lie- a:f every im:i3L:> in-
:i0la d ,' ii;Ptjili. eva rIv iIi'' eC:-- "r caa .ei el- rt :at will.
a n(d a lii 641l1 11 in ll nvy 11 rk i..
"'\'1 i lian '!' _hft ati f;tlit 'y. 1l1 tlh -.
; :)! ii. !in'viit1 l-lhfd trut ih. It yoni
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Go to P. W. Smith's fo-
Photos of the war ship. 7
S Palafox, Alpha Phar-
macy.

Baef the The air You Has Always 81;
Si gattre

.'o refrigerator on the
market can equal those sold
by Marston Fi/cli. Call
and see that beauties they
are.


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


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Schwartz,


Proprietor.


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'NEW ARRIVALS!K--

OUR first announcement of New Arivals of Spring

Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety

,of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists.
WVe carry all kinds; the largest assortment in the

city of well known brands. Among them the famous

S" (riffln /hand,'m famous for fit, style and fiDish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


dealer or customer can deny.


This fact no


You may form some


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive

Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheaper than

heretofore by reason of our Motto: "Sil:.i- Clt-.\xI ANP

TII:RI-:; I.NCR!.ASI" Til.: BUSINESS.


New
Arrivals!


LACS AND EMBROIDERIES! A ivs


Our Centre 'iTabl- artc ;.raniing bene.lth Ia Lvrdly siare ,of the Newe-t
T'lhin-s ti L.;ct a:id Embroideries.
.Swi- s El.in ata d l-sertion, Hamburg Edgini and in -ertion_
V\ale cia Lac' e anid Insertions.
Machine T"rchon Edging aind Insertion,
(; rimani Torchlo Edging', Apliqu i Lacet and Inortion,
Point de Spreit, Orient;! and Plat Val. I.a;. .
.>oou Rkeiniiant- Hamburg Edgin,. six yard length-. wort i 75c. to -,, at rc.



Sweeping Sale of Muslin Underwear! *

One Lot Child's Drawers, hemmed aiM.* tucked. size- I anid 2, :lt.... lic pair
sizes :3, 4, 5 and 6;, only............ ................................... l.',c pair
One Lot Child's Trintned Drawers at Cost Mark.
One Lot Child's Trimmed Gown, at Cost Mark.
One Lot Child's Trimmed Skirts at Co't Mark.
One Lot Misses' Trimmed Gowns at C.-t Mark.
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed ('hemise, worth 3-'e for................2.)' eact
One Lot Ladies' Trimmed Cambric Chemise, worth T.*o for.......4,>c eac.

MgOne Lot Odds and Endsa
Jn Ladies' Skirts and Gowns to Close Out at Cost Mark Price.


Investigate the Convertible


Term Contracts


-4 () THE-

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.

D A V ID E D R E H I, ,.-. 1: ,,. ,,' I,, T-.P N ,,', ., .,*-- -


LEWIS BEAR & CO., Sole &gents.


Old Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys.

:i--Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.--: -


Furniture at all Prices.



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Plrvor*!.i aI rg La Fio rniturtre JM,n


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DIBIER1


CASTO R IA Nlick Apostle's Restaurant.
For Infaut a-d Children. --
TuKil Yn Hum Al s e ,( rt 0:der,.Promptiv, Oered aal,,,,a ,.
T K Y i~ FsMh a1rd 0yM (D 3 IDo All i ylt.
Bears ten* o --* Fish atd Oysptm in ll Anyn


GEO. A. rE'I'rsON,
xsal,-r in
B8eyel aiid Bieyele Sadries.
Age it for Ramb er. Cleveland anJ Kacvre;>
Michc.es. 1i14 Years ezxperona in K E.--
paring r of ticyc:e.. C'asb Rt gi.t-r.,
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Plan... Tha tloxletae. THE BEEHIVE.
Ruibldbewe. Lutterflles end beetles
are habitual drunkards. In some of Contract the space in the hire to the
thle southern states insects alight on Size of th. colony.
certain plants, drink heartily from the .j L, ,t :.ni fertile qi..en keeps the
I.lo .sozIus and fall to the ground stu- Iiv.. full ,f Ie,.e- l I;ing the se:x.-,>i.
p-'tie-d. After aw while they rise and fly I l) not offer to fe.eil liquid food to b1,'4-
arounl. just as drunken men would do t In winter; it is aliist sure dta:h to a
:t they had the power of flying. Their colony.
..II a ri- espsc;;I!ly.v amusing unless lI om- nli h r l ii. rn1l4--teid at nii it.
..: .! s n t knottI \ :1it is the trouble. ani i *,.rk .:: !;,en L.- dotw, with thel::i
In tCis case the susli.i>.n tl.at tihe iu- ith '' i- 'L'f -ioIl.
-,t \v>;'o!d .La gs .e crai:zy is upper- I, y ,i. v'. li-re. c,,oe l ii toi be built
f ut. fulni'i-' l l b-. wv \itli fouutidatioi., using
full -h. l 't ia tili framlies.
A scientist who Lad observed the
liiing the wings of the queeU pret-
lIr..ming aud its results collected a lTint irst sew rm a they a uscondin,.
.uasp,.uLfu1l of the '4o.llen to see if iti lut ,!,.- ni,,t always plrevenut l.,ing the
ud.,uld af:lct a tnan thit sale way. lIe que.n.
\% allowed It aind in a few minutes B.,es seem to seek naturally a span be-
f,,uiiJd his pulse beatiting faster and a twtI.l-n I 'o coilis. and the qnieenix sell.oun
rt-- of ti nperature. Then he distilled goes tIl the outside 4om1inl, of a hive unless
i... of the blossonis and gave himself she1 ie- em"iPiill-ed to fr want of rooini; >so
a li.\podermic injection in the arm. He that a nw,.leis ,of two or three combs is
I.-C.:nie decidedly dizzy as a result. By better than one.
further experiments he found an oil de- I I'r-plis is the guIm or varnish that bees
., from these plants which affects ollt for varnishing over the inside of
I their hives, tilling cracks and crevices,
i:,ua: I elungs and animals alike.-New
cen-II tin|; loh s,, pieces of the hive to-
Y ,t I*Teh-gram. g,.tlhr and for making things fast andl
tlo,.- g,-nurrally. It collects in time in
The Rogue Saved the Judge. old hive.s and eCmilIhs.-St. A judge of the English high court
t :I-i ,n- arrested on suspicion of hav- I Mike All Over.
.i.. burglarious designs on the house Mr. Duffy-Mrs. Kelly, it pains me t'
*,, a friend in Mayfair. The police infarni yez thot yure hoosband has Jist
o,.,.rr (!:irgd him in the police sta- bin blowed oop bol a doinamolte ear-
ti,, wit hi loitering with felonious intent. thridge. We found his head in wan lot.
anll the prisoner's description of him- an his body in another lot, an his ligs
.-,lf as ,rin of her nmajesty's judges was In another lot, an his arms an fate In
i... i',l with a grin of sarcastic derl- another lot.
:, Mrs. Kelly (proudly) BegorraI,.
.\At tl:t moment nn old offender was tiot's Moike all over:-Harper's Week-
.Il:!,.t in who hlilappened to catch ly.
-.-:lt ,f lhii lordship's face. which he --
La, .... r-ason to renimember. I.:.(<;I*llAT1l ; (CA I)1ATI.S
1* ",u L.i're. my lord li he exclaimed,
S.. .%ntl Dnlel a'Pl It thhie ~ f 'ile I 'V > oi-nven
\\ ; uli tliif,'i:n<' I : ,ktih IIn at P4 t elion, April II.
t'. b 1" :n1h ocktiahtinitsfl
SL. r.g:ue's un-oliclted corroboration I.',llowing are the c(ani(jdates fa,
! T i jtilg,'s decl:al-ation saved( the th- l,.' -lature uasl thle liit of dele-
s.t;;:i'.. l. :inul his lurdshipl was allowed Late- to tit,- ('oii ty dt'l-eocr:itijc coil-
toe 0 in p,,' :i - v.-inti>n; at 'Powelt lin. April 14. dor-zfl hy the Workin mliien. I)De-io-


"'1a-e,-C (onnolement.
S a' '' *. 'n: I fluznil a gray hair in

I.- i .1i .,;lt to I'be gUll of it. If
Y-:r l::i:r sh-!i.ml turn gray. it would
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For tlie Legilature.
C. MoNreno Jonpe-.
H. (C. Clapton.


-11 i nT ti. i ffct of1 TnhoQe wrinkles you 'I)legates to countyy (Convention.
. e;:tt g.-Ilnd:anapolis Press. Pre-inct 12-H. H. Wicke, F. R.
... .P.. m l' .u. H. A. Credille, W in. Carnni-
,I. IRIN(; 1 GRI PP <;lll 'l-; (() ch.iel. Those. 0. Rivers.
(i. .%\ ,. l17( ,0,ood St.. Chicl-- Preeinct 1:;-J. F. L. Quina. Ar-1
S %. -a: ".Mv wif. had a veryv thur Join-ion. J. C. Avery, J. Whit-
\.-re cae-,. oI Ia taripp. ani it le-ft hier io Hargi.i, Jas. L. Sweeney.
with v,. a gh. h tried a Precinct 14--Gus Eitzen. J. E.
4tttle 0,f Foiey's Honey and Tar and Baars, A. I-. Zelius, H. G. D)eSilva.
it rave iiiinediato r-l ef. A 5 ') Centt Ja.. O'Brien.
hi'1tl,- e(n..u h,.r cm'gh entirely." Precinct 15--Tho-. John)on. .Johnl
I'r ei 2.v-c. an id .N. \\ A. D'Alein- It. .Jl,nes. F. E. Comniyns, W. A.
tthf to.. Du.,ham. H. A. Waters. 14m-tf



Strengthens the Child,
wl J | J I Makes Teething Easy.
S(Teethin Powders) TEETHINA lRlives the Bowe
AS A, 16 Troubles of Children of
Costs umly25 cets at Drggists, ANY AGE.
Or .irall n iernt to C. J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS. MO.


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TIME TART.R.

LOUtsvivLLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN l-'FFECr .1ANI'AIY 2'7. 1900.


No. t".
12:4.1 noon
: 15 p In
4:12 p ill
,, ::o p 111
6:00 p In
6 :*'4 a ut
12:-25 nooni
4.i 6 ip


No. 2. i
1I1:2' p m Leave Pf'enacola .....Arrive
12:.P night Arrive . .loinaton .. .Arrive
3:05ia m Arrive. .... Moble ..Arrive
7: 0 am a Arrive...New orleans .Arrive
:11) Ia ni Arrive ...Montgonmery... Arrive
7: 14p m Arrive .Nashville ..Arrive
2:.30 a in Arrive Loux- illh .. ..Arrive
7:iki a i n Arrive .....Cincliinnti ... Le v


N a. I.
4:1.5 p III
2:4.5 paIII
7 :55 a im
11:24) a xIn
2:21 a titt
10:12 p lto
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.:441iaman
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12:211 night
7:45 p mn
14:::1) p III
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jsz;-iwzk;N PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVI LLE.
N.2. No.3:. No. No. 112.
II :51night 7:1ki is in ..Pen'.eols1110,I n Pli T~4pnin
12:11imnighit 7:;04 a m --t.Mxitoai 11-:, '1 tIII 521p Int
4:1 3f a in 14::!;-)a wIn Iel'umxak Sprintgs 1I:lt'.p tIn2:1p fit
0;:1011a MNJ 10:3148a t ..IaI fipl.ey *:tp ta 12:.r. pinj
7:.Rj Itt II I I :15 ftaIlkMartaisna ft. ... #;: 1 D In 12:1#6 noont
"':15 aa 111 12:46 ubo4fi Itiver .A unction ::.i)pIp n 10: 20 a III
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AND) MOST POPUFLAR BRANDS O)F


Washing Dish Cloths
Kitchen cloths must of course be washed daily.
otherwise they harbor grease and odors and
becomeunhealthy. They should be made of knit-
crochet-cotton, in a square of suitable size.
When you wash them, if you will add table-
spoonful of
Cold Dust Washing Powder
0 the hot water it will cut the grease and clsea
them In half the time; dry them out in the sua-
sbine and air.
Th. tove,.o taken ftm our free booklet
GOLDEN RULES FOR HoUSEWORK"
ott frte o requests to
THI M. PAUAI cK OMPANV.
OMs s. S4. LULMs ow. ewk. o6e ss4.


WE DO NOTi

buy/ pants for ad'er-

tising purposes -to sound

cheap. I'e hiUy ood pants,

pants that are made of

food goods; pants provided

with all the comforts of

home; front pockets, iratch

pockets, (to watch your

money pockets nights in

case /our wife wants to see

if she is ,getting half of

iour income) pistol pockets

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S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prop.
AGENTS FOR

High-Grade Liquors.
- '.V Elt ()KoK. 'PRIVATE STOCK('EN HARI)IN SOURl MASH.
VIRY HINF: FRIEI)MAN'S CELFIRATI-.D OLD I'IVATEF
-I<('( K. 12 YEARS .OLD: (01),) SILK V-LVET. KEN-
I ('KY'.S ERF:t'i'l. O. PI ITY. ANDI)
I.ol's OF IOTHE IURANDS WHICH
-' \t': \WIII NOT PERMIT
TO ME -NTION.

Ig "Th, lar..: -it arii I'-' S.l.-cted Stic'k -it ltthi W hi-ky m l
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THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
... l.\i- A.r t fr ti. l',itiiiiu Piah-t Milwaukee Beer. Fri e [eliv-
esirv P'.ir: ,f t.., Cits .
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1!'1l4e.' It 1,41W Prices.
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Telpliophie 171.4.


WImImlI, WT ES, uIOlll, 0ISo,

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IN WOOD AND <;LAS

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W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


80LE GENTS FOR


1F'NNTANXI) FIVEWf'lT-:Y.
BIt -P)( HI LL SOURI J I.51 MAS-
YKEAl bVWTONF(Nl- YK WHISKY.

A TJI.X N;T AItEIt 9 I N K C() A Niit' Y


t WOOL PANTI

Silidi ;ax ai rck. [il in li r .f icy pa.t-
trnli- for 2.;'o ;ti it wi .l :I Ip ;in :ahlo
bt li, 'A1 I n;li liti-y t. : ,- :;lii daiv- I -
woear thl ill alt Iin : I : iil, fa r
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Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant W ,

1 ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE ,
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. f V h Ill'" wor-t.
p { pant-.fr *1,0< th it :r -ii ply I reIat
R 0ooms for Rent by the Day, Wlekk or Month. 'patriinizc ii Partry. it -.
311, 312 North Tarragona Street, Opposite Union Depot.
0-Telephone 68.---0
----*GEO. WILSON & CO.,-.:--
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. T H E
FRE SH EGTIBLES RiCElffil DIllY,. OLElE AllD RETAIL.
at the Iel'onico. Pensacola, Florida. I r ain't ut

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CRONIeS SALOON co
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Imported and Domestic Wines, Liqnors and Cigars. The BI Tivclothier,
JUG TRADE A Urw:II 4-TA TY.


Coiner Belmont and Devillfers Ste.


PENBACOLA, FLA 509-511 8. Palafox St.


Said about b)0 pair of
long legged. sta rt legged.
slim, fat, pussy, bow
legged, straight lesgred
all sorts of legged gar-
miints, as they got out of
the boxeq and up onto.
our clothing tables.
N0O pair% of pantg in one
day is a good many. but
what about themI? Someone
are a dollar a pair, good
cassitnere pants. some
are two dollar,- a pair.
good c:;isiiit re pantt.
Some are three dollars .a
pair. goodti casinjere
pant-. So ii- are two.
three andl four dollar-s ,
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(awanswese a deey # W60ta.&)
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

Emmlarw aJn :re,
Iron, Nals, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat SuBapplies, Cooking
and Heating Stores, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,
Agate and Tinware and Houseftirnitlhing Goods.


Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.

AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere GlaLt
Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin a Rand
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Buck's Stoves
and Ranges, Wm. Coupse A o.'s Raw Hide Laoe Leather, Masary's Readv
Made Raillroad Colors.
lasonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1900.


NEWS t 'ibu'e to the worth of the leading


&Lsterou at ISI,-- Ptvti.4 I)Mieeat Pt DSscoIS.
Mia.. so e-ree-rlinvI t-%. :mat t r
g~rfrD : Pill f~midinst. So~ uth PAIn-
fins stroobt. up-stairs..
11'lBlA4HED BY
THE W1 WS Pb BLIBHIIG 00.

Terms- Invariably In Advance.
Cw Teor by Mail 8.....
Tbrfw Moutlit I1
$,so gooath
EeoC We-o.abr ('arri.'r. pAifk~tW. Monday Ill

1= WXIKIG.MY JWWS:
ftbl~bpd eve-ry Friday at V3.611 tr ye'ar
Poata.. f r"~.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Advwrtmoy No tes Furn ithildeon pplicafior.





Thle paper to on ine with the
ANULVUIIUS U NOCO81
Unisott builinag. St. Past. 1Minn.. wher
sut1~ibem ad we timeva&"udother ina
ezammwi. t sad whem estimate, will be givers
01100, p S kw GENERAL DVERTI&I Nr&


flhlhOOLA. APRIL '3. 1900

PRECINCT Ii~ajF.ATFS
Thp Move .lotmicvratic Club iof Pe-nsaco.la
bA6 .'sidor.-d tbo. following ticket for de'l-
-gatv.--frmithe l. city prectucta to the losm-
owrasta.ic ounty oflveftiomb to tb elh.d at
I'owvlt'.n. April 14 and abk that thay b#-
given a hearty support toy the r4,t.r":
Pro-iie.vt lf--4' H. (irigle,. fi'n'md She"-p
than. Wti l lizi. 11,.1.311. Maxwell, and 'I. F.
w right n.
-A :.-.i W.A lkuurit. Tbos. Hannali.
Jobn o'sii~t . 1. C,wo. %%VLille. and W. 1'.
Ifur car.
I*...1.,I it-4....b i-r i Idi.o 1. I. ohn-ion.
J 0 tc.A~ J,.Ln I P. iffer and J. E.
et..emrc! IFit Puit nam. Jihln We'*gt.t
%Vni K-z"a.tt,J E-. Atotrcrotiulat- atd W. A.
('unharni
THit -letat Ii ill cii .'princi IlIe
apple. Witt) -liirlit force. to thle PO!A-
t ~on- of contgrt-rn.ioit and ?seIator-:.

cau!e'.-.A- t!,#- lawi-eloit Say. Il-

It.t: l1-'X da, di!rirlcts t l~at

'Plaild mctit--A ttheiti-t-ve'-. DAI v
;LA tie e haslii- teilFrank Clark
:e'gt;-ti w~illie Sj,':irkuau lha,!-nop
*pi.ilo at all.

I ret-eilit illtprvi--w Former
Pre.-i.dt iAt.i' velatdim. 1pwredti
!lave -Aid :
%%it rt. r-. Cr..x*-to t h- ca:.ai acrot-pi Nwa-
iagua. I ''h sa%- .'. tio.uglit Abat*-%e'rI
ulao done- in i's priostiotio by the gzovern-I
~m..nt f ttte.. I to-. Slate"% -hould tbedono-&N
aoantril-ution hy it to th. ecau~e. of pro-
&;re-" slied ad' anc~njg ci~ ilization. It has
Popmed to im*- hat se had gained that post.I-
tion atli *eig t iewn. *--f t t.world. litha
vtocld umak.- it appro';it let*' or mit, in atc-
c..rdamc. isithti K lie' .ijit of Iour ifltili I
tinnso. t. o mak" -ucit lao n t ribution. Th z-,
I tourse.. nipazi- I he al,-olut.' iwutraliza-
!;ton uofthe Nlc&At :a -iianal coubt ruct iti,.
1 .1 .iw.. .-H '- a! u .1-tro-at vi d_
a' II. - itinlil~tt. IItl.ofi f

If..% at-.it Ili- u-l. o. f th" reitwatiis
t n.. .1t. aptatt. ie .-nrillt'!Wlxi
*arad I:at. I~. f ,rI- hin lac,.r .f sUtib


It -Ii* ) io .,%
-I bat 1% 1J.. gam... I- T1;-. we'lfite~e
.15, dt"c'gate'- to tilt- 9slut. ConvenItioin .
'nii a fl~iu'nall toidnicj't 1.
Ai~.. .' *I Lou.511 Anil% 5iieooiti..Z to it Ilit-







tooit. U:phI h oe ehd~
.0cAZf the- ,-efetj~ota of it iu tic
"AI* I. I- li't the taite c~mel~litflt 41
:l'ry -:1tiziif~ ii- vem* 2' There i=
A a"I AI---"ItI ILI[Fank Cltirk-', fIfrt It

i Lc'..t. ei..i :the Capital J,

1 sseCi (aumit ate$.. c:
Wit~:-iy has-c ally Caudidatte. fur.
t .Ith ilie'st political 4oithe- m
P...- strong y V F-ceizu in v ded it, t,
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-Jill a~, .t frontin!1.' dci' : .1 1 4 '~ ti .t W
1' aim (it ci- ir' 11 r si~i &t- II., k. -.

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II I..- t~ 'A "I '11 ie r r mccit Ago l t- d


dwes yi uaafe(- lo ba hiar h all interests


candidate for the office of attorni
general:
When a lawyer (f reputation nnnour
his candi:itey for a hiich judi, ial cfflce
Florida. to* peclI l rath than the- indi
ual are bei.eftt-d. Whe-n th' salary al
is coniildert',Il the 'ie-:d at bet! i tni t v
inri t zi.. Flortia l;.a inerv.r patfl mar
prie *., for its brair. Eminent li
yer. lve .:steadfa.-tly d.clin d positions
tli.- cliaracnt r bt-cause thi. em(luii;ens
g -utral practice cti,psed t!,e glory that
t :t-s- to the judicial ermnin.-. Wte do
pretend to say that nt,!e lawyers hav-I
s -rved the state. The position we take
that offer- from this source are rare. H
James T. Wills, of Bradford county. i
candidate for attorne-y general, and
ability as a practitioner and worth us a (
ize'n suggest the thought that begiii- t
article. Asamemberof the legislature,
Wi:ls wa' chairman of the Judiciary co
mittee. a committeenoted for the char
ter of the men that composed it. Mr. Han
former chief justice of the supreme cot
was a member. In point of salary there;
more desirable offlceisthan that rattorn
general, but the field is inviting to one a
loves his stato, and combines with this v
tue the ability to serve his people well. 1
Wills pos-esses these qualities in the tru
sense. His reputation as a lawyer is a
established, and his ambition in this p
ticular i4 a worthy one. Florida would
vastly benefitted by the -ervices of suct
citizen. Guided by Mr. Wll*,' strength
mind the business of the attorney-genern
office would be conducted with fairness a
intelligence, and the Times-lHerald c.
dially eudorstes him for the place. At t
proper time we trust that the voter-
Putnam county will consider well his .
cellent qualifications and honor him as
deserves to be-.

Rev. John Reid, Jr., of Great FalI
Month recommended Ely's ('rea
B:ilin to me. I can emphasize hi
statement, "It is a positive cure f
catarrh if usod as directed."--RI
Francis WV. Poole, Pastor C'eutr
Pre". Church. Helena, Mont.
After using Ely's Cream Balnm
weeks I believe myself cured of c
tarrh. Joseph Stewart, Grand Av(
Buffalo, N. Y.
The Balm does not irritate or caut
sneezing. Sold by druggrit- at
t-,. or mailed by Ely Brot!ler. ;.
Warren St., New York.

TROOPS FOR BARRANCAI.
Renewed Activity at the Post ar,
Promise of Better Thingil.
Battery D. Second Artillery. nun
boring El men, under command c
Lif ut. McDonaugh, arrived her
shortly after midnight la!-t oigl:
from St. Augustine. lavigi, bee
ordered to duty at Fort Ilarranea--.
The cars were backed down t
Tarragonai street wharf. where th
Government steamer Poe was i
waiting and transported the men t
he post.
A nu:rcb-r of recruits have r cent
y arrived here for this batt-ry.
The arrival of this battery gives.
greater number of troops at the pos
lhan has been there in a long, while
and it is rumored that better thing
are' 1o cimie--oine hintiiig that it i
3rob:ible- that the regimrental head
Iuarte'r- are to be move( here at ai
early d(late, which would mean ii ;ia fin
Jand. daily dress parade and -oc.ia
functions galore.

Dr Bull's Cough Syrup cures the mos
tiulborni Crmi'h h*, ot iIl it:I iin, fT-cr, iwi.
]\*n inriprl-nt ton-uniit iii Iuts- h,*-ll -t1.i
--full 'urilr, d liv thin ilia -vo-i,;i- i l.;
l:fTr.,r. \'% ill (>li tlll Ie f li t I ittll' i d tlo'.)--

IHIF YACHT tC.l II
tc ive I'reparationr fir a Seaason oi
Exciting Sailing Itaces.
Tlo committee of el-veii ,of the
'Iii-r<>lcia Yacht club. appointed to
4l-ct a site fer their club !ii,,iUe. Inm I
ist night at J. H. IPorter'- sailmak.
ig establi-iment anid tdi-cul-ed thi
a rits of the va;riuii s.ite- ii:-pe ce-ed
y them. They decided ini faivor o(
lot :it the corn rPf E;i-t Z trln. >--;i
nd Ninth al fiuie.
A coinmitt. o cinli.-tiing < f .1. IH.
erter, C. H. W'.ells and Johii 11i,
ihiiU'ln w;i al;ppointed to file a p(-
tion within the city cot'licil fi.er a
rtlit to erect a frame club houi,.
Ssaidl lit.
.los. T. John-on. J. D. (os, an;il
otl:. \Vlhitelh-ad were appinte-d a-
Clias. H. W-l< IL. John Jiteg :mi
ehit H. Joihtotil were tplpollltePi to
-pare plain- ait specifications :iitd
at-cF-r-ttin (t'oi t of tiet pr,,ioo-e-d
lib lu)l.oe.
('his. M. 'Coston was appoirtec" te
cure consent from the colunity conm-
isionners to u-e the artuory for anl
it ertaiilllelit.


Thit liwxt mi tii.- will hildh
iurs l:iy ni- i !it. A pril 12. ait t:.-.*:;ille
;ace.
Ilis Iife Was, av-(,l.
NMr. J. E. Iilly, a promininti ci'i-
n of Hannihibii, M.o.. lat-iy h:ld ;I
enderful deliveratnc- froul a. fri:t!t-
I dl ath. In tellin. ,of it h(e -;aIs:
wa- taken with Typhoid Fev-r
it ran into lntieumoniai. My IluVti-m
.eat1n !'aidermd. I was so w)-ak I
uldn't even -it up in be-l. Noth-
K helped me-. I expected to soon
e of ConQumption. when I heard of
. King's New Di-scovery. One
ttle' gave gi'eat relief. 1 contin-
4 to iuse it. and now amn well and
en- g. I c lin't -;Iy tooe iiunih!) in it-
II-." "l'iis lA'rvI-lou- mIn`.icine
tlie sIll -tTe' I nd i ui-ke-t c'll; in1
" world for :all T!irolat anld Lung
.oible. Ratulair size .5) ice tir- :11id
to. Trial bottles free at W. A-
Alemberte's drug store; every
ttle guaranteed.
FACIAL MASSAGE.
Wrinkles can be wiped out. Wrin-
s can be prevented. Cheeks can
plumpened out. All this, and
re can be done by massage.
Ladies. call on Miss Keeler at
yrers & Kruie'A Millinery, on
esday; after that date at 112 West
egory. 2aplw


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CIRCUIT COURT.
Calendar of Casew Set For Trial at the
Spring Terim.
The calendar of cases set for trial Confectionery in lIo, 20 and 3ts-cent
thus far at the spring term of the boxes. Try them. All dealers sell
circuit court for the first circuit
follows: COrnsq, CO.
April 5-McCaskill & Co. vw. L. A
N. R. Co.; J. M. Pfeiffer vs. sameSpecialty.
Strickland & Wesley vs. same; Ro tigaSpecaty
Klein vs. Thomas. .
April 10-Baars vs. Pensacola L. & Have 1you tried Swans'
L. Co. Down flour.It is the whitest
April 12-Geismar vs. Pensacola Down r.It thewhitest
E. T. Ry. Co.: County of Escanibia and sweetest on the Ameri-
Apri. L. & N. R. R. Co 1-ullivan v. B. Pitt can market, in barrels, half
Mill Co.; Same vs. Butler; Grant vs. barrels, ., pound and 12
L. & N. R. R. Co.wholealeand
April 14-Brawner vs. McKee pound sacks, hoe ean
Ponder vs. Fidelity andc Casualhy retail.
Co. Tr/y Delatour's Ginger
April 1--Mvrover vs. Pensacola le; best ineal after
E. T. Ry. ('o; Pouti & Robinson vs.,e; best Mineral Waters
Southern BellI T. & T. to,. on the market, equal to inm-
April 18-Carney Lumber C.). v`.ported
Robinson;obinson v'. Pensacl' l gOOds, and only
E. T. Ry. Co ; Same v-. Same. .,1.10 per dozen.
April ll--ligdou Brs. v-. Fir-st Try our Frehl!/ Roasted
National Bank; Pryor vs. City of r ou Fes I Rs
Pensacola. Coffees.
April 2f--Foshee Lumber C-1. v-. JfeIHJGH,
Bradshaw. Gr-. U i,
Cases dismissed: Muldon vs. Zel-1 H hoLlevale (and Retail Gro-
ius; Fir.-t Nat. Bank vs. Hauteman. cer. Phone 105.
Continued by coa-ent: Hauteian Cea. rPho 0U*.
vs. Friedman.
Andrew Frank Olsen. on the ino- Vidal has fre-il Sl.riitp to-(Ldy.
tion of Capt. S. C. Cobb, was grant- Phone 154.
ed his naturalization papers.
Only one case was tried this morn- If you want toe --p-whether you
ing-Oxford Lake Line vs. First Nat. buy or lnot-soinie o4f the tiand-almet.-
Bank. The jury returned a verdict and cheapest High-class Walniut
for the plaintiff for $2.632.1;6. Bed-room Sets ever exhibited( her-.
The following were situnmoned to go to O. 3M. Pryor's Bargain Furni
serve as jurors: U. M. Gentry, J. ture Hou--.
W. Katin, W. B. McDavid, K.- -
Yonge, W. L. Tharp, Jr., H.S. Ham- PROPOSA.LS
iiac, Win. Bentley, W. A. Miller. T. --
J. Davidson. J. W. White. WV. D'C. To Furnish FrepIh Water at the Santa
Kessler, E. H. Goldstuker. IlRosa Sound quarantine ltat.i n.
The minute book of the court is a
marvel of neatness. Proposals are invited to sink or


1n "Women Editors in Dixic."
o "XWomen Editors in Dixie" is the
attractive title of an interesting ar
t- ticle in Success for April.
It is by the clever pen of Mrs
a Myrta Lockett Avary. the noted
.t New York journalist and author
e whose interest in her sisters of the
,s South is never failing.
s In her excellent paper Mrs. Avary
- gives generous prasie to such well
n known workers in the journali-ti
e field as Mis. Page ( "f Tenn.!-s'ee
il Mrs. Mahoney of Georgia. Mi-i-
Helen Pitkin of Louisiana, and iu-
Imerous (others.
;t
. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure throat
anil tung trouble without faii. l-'ir g'rippl .
Titrlt IU/t anid i (I-tD-S-i.-tt,- COU.th i, *, ,'ld
* It i, the t e-'t re-n:edy o(ffe.e(I tt) it.,- L..: .
'I It- do-te 'it r t ;mis>li nl, a to;lvle c,-- %'Y
-2.- tC "-.

f Osceola Easter Itall
A few evewnini. ago the Iintih.r-
Sof the Osceola club )met tio illiihin
c t'o liittEes for a grand. i:all to i) 1
give-il o(n Ea-ter Mnotdliy nighth.
t A- this 1- the first aiitl; r if ti e
- eaison, owing to rlp.ir ;linlI in:,-
. provemilet- going on, i. will ti,
l e likt'd forward teo With -r, "t t, li_'!,t
by so-'ie ty belles ad ih aine x.
hf T I '-Ilecl 'U dli n ii le I'onl. ,,I-
cl moved a:i d pillaired. wili tI!oz',, ,i' i.
it- doers for the fir-t tinmei aiiid, "i-
(evonlt proini-t t) be- ;I .-we- ll -1 f. in
..very r'
liInringt the nummner SCu;->n. c:*..',; -
Coelite upoIll u1 su. ddf- ly ll ; d TI t I1. "in
inutil the lainl is drivev' awa.y lyV ;
(dieo- or two of PAIN-Kl .i.il-; thl'e0
c-lltetrated cture fir' all stii liit r ',tiIt
p1la iit.-. f l',ii -in i pll- i'l'iliii,+m-4 t.) t
mos-t ;igviravated forill- ew. '!iotlerl;i
l11101 l-t or dysentery. N >,e lioilh-iild
-litoui(i he- without tl- I':ii'-Kliller.
Avoid sub-titiwtes. tlii- i- I it ,*,ie
Pailn-Killer, Perry Davi-'. ,'.c. anhl
5oc.

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A t V J. V idi:tl'. C'tll ;,...,, 1 ,1 .

MIILIrNE.lIY NL\VS.
),Mrs i tCeip i.% oif'-rina a- Sp!i u-al
I 'eadIPIs l T lis W .-k.
4 Spiray Bunch Rosebud fiiliac-.
ollv 20 cent'.
3-4 pray Bu:chi \'iol--t I'l.i? i ,.
only 2,' cent--.
In My I'attern flat I)epartmenti
You will find -onil't extra tyinl v:,l-
u-s. We arte lumakinir rllin iie tii-
dopar' nent for ,it arrival tf oieur
new Ea-ter novelties.
In My Trtiinied Hat Department
Yoi can buiiv a :nic- trilimntd Chic
Ifat for $l. -' 1 .Iti a;id It1.74. in L, ,I .
horns. .Mixed raia-. etc.
( e to Mris. \i I'hllin'.s.

Hannah Br,)'. are aQi#-nt- for DP-
Wees' Cougih Cure. Diarrh,-a Repiin
edy and Witch Haz-l Salve. They i
guarantee all three of these prepara-
tions and will cheerfully refund the
money to any one who uses them
without being benefited. Price *25
cents each.

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* tomad and tequate. proteUn-tbhose that.: r.,-, -U,...-g Motto: Absolute Purity.
Are cele.d ,*Oted and those t should be. Grand display of Imported Hats.
Thw I lloiwiug. from the Palatka Turbans and Bonnets. Thursday. Go to P. W. Smith's f t
Tamnw-H.raid. as not only a state- Friday and Saturday. April 5, 6and ,plt.oof the W p shis 7
-.. ..- ..--- -- 7. Remember dat,. All invited. 8. ...- Q- -


bore wells at the Santa Rosa Sound
Quarantine Station, Banta Rosa
e
- sound, for the purpose of furnishing
a bountiful supply of pure drinking
, water. W.m1. K. HVER,
Agent State Board of Health, Es-
cambia county. 31in6t

1 GOING DOWN HILL.
People suffering from kidney di-
e:ti-s if-el a f'radutal but steady I~ '--
of vitality T'hevy -lhould lose no1(
timu in trying Foley's Kidney Cure.
It i- giiar:inteed. W. A. D'Alem-

Your Credit is Good
For inythintl in our lhouno. \Wo hav
:i I.trL'a- :t-zirtilmnp t tof ('-'i c!i-' ,I }lw(e
,Iinn '-. "To'ilt P(ts and I '-dro(.ll
u t,-. lr'ii lI'cd-tid- ;at ,-I up.
0. M. l'IPRYIt's
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Til:.1. A;iV SALE l'FOR ATI RDAY ANIe -1Te\;
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CORREC STYLES IN CORS[i8
Flexibiie Motilded. for .Ster I
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A SOLID CAR LOAD. Stylish Stick Seats

S Pretty Phaetons.
CAR LOAD P ICE S!rries; E02d Carts, OtE E

Any and Every Style! Top Buggies.

BEST MAKES, LATEST STYLES.
First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Lon:-
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J. M. BILLIARD & CO.,
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Carria hes, Buggiei, Wagons and Ih' A-.

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Everybody needs a tonic tihIee n- A v.,A..
lazy spring days to drive away that
tired feeling. Mountain Mitrt Tonic )Our REFRIGERATORS are Guarant-,d t, K. i
does this. It invigorates and puri- and take- ai lower temnpe-r turi- t');ian any other on th- inark,.
files the blood. It cures the worst They have an Ab-olut,- DRY A IR PROVISION CHAAM.
cases of indigestion. It cures per- WarraLjted Absolutely <)dorle--.
manently all stomach troubles. It
makes the sick well; the weak
strong; and it iives one who is all f-3,Our Ice Cream Freezers '
run down a new lease on life and a
healthy appetite. Mountain Mint WARRANTED TO FREEZE IN ;1 MIN -
Tonic has been tried by hundreds of
people in Pensacola, everyone of
whom heartily recommends it as the 'Prices no Higher tLhn for Inf,-rior makes. Con,.i t .
best tonic they ever used. It does plain them to yvu.
more than we claim for it. One dol-
lar per bottle, six bottles for five dol- h
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Emma Coghlan Insae.
NEw YORK. April 2.-Miss K mna
Coghlan, sister of Rose Coghlan, the ac-
tres, and herself well known on the
stage, has been taken to Bellevue hos-
pital. apparently insane. She has been
ill several days and had become so vio-
lent that her physician directed that she
be sent to Pofllevue.
Will lHeaflrin Chicago Platform.
Cik.'A,4'. April 2.-Th,- Democratic
nationlil (c4inn'i:itt e has i-su..l a circular
uriung that :ill .-t-gates to, rhe_ Kansas.
City c iv.-nwitn ii. **istrrncted for the
ri hfirn;;rin tf the 'hicago platform
andl the c.aUmdiate.' loyal to it in l'96 and
1,,yulnow.'" _
('harge 1 With Embezzlement.
TACO-'M. April 2.-J. B. Thompson,
chief city d, t r,'tive, and A. J. Hospor,
hi-. nu'pih-vw. wer- arre.st,.l last night by
-heriff Vandfl'tvnter and two deputies of
ot:1.- on a chlar.;z of emnbezzing $20,-
ef:n fr,!n HI. a 3cre4rry <..al.
Lxinp:iAt4 Floanted.
G(IALV':..T'>N. Ar.ni 2.-The Mallory
liue -r.-aii'si:p Lunj Ais. which has
be.-n agr.iand on a mud bank within half
a mi.e of her wharf here for the last
S pigh. days. ha-,N-t tu fl.ated. The ves-
sel i. practically uninjured.
W .,aro" yli w'nt -1 l i n ll-t!i n t" ho-.l
i t!i r!i. .o i a. ir" 'li w Iy I >4 t
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S ,:u. !.. .:id .L ,-a i l n .>t,:iig durhr::i all
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1, fore ijh- ,II! I:a!i ,it li:iek. That is
all thi trie."- I 'ti'it Firee l'r.e s.


--I think I woul1 s"o crazy with
pain were It noit for Ch;aibevr!ain'si
Piii ihilin." wi ite' Mr. W H. Sta-
pl-tiip. H-iniiie, Pa. "I have been
:fh iete.id with r :;I i t:un:t i-mn for ,-veral
'. ,I and lhav tri uel r.ine aits with-
'iUt nuiiibi:i but Pain B i!in is th"
h "-t iie'n it' 1 1' i'.v' .-f. t hold of."
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wavs ,n ANCIENT whoi u-ed
to burnii wood.
i, f.'r BILLS that lie paid
when he could.
was tl:-( COAL that lie after-
wards hougLht.
is t.he DIRIT and DUbT that it
bru..lt.
i- tohe EVIL the-- t!ii:n.s
bioUtou t to p.i-t .
wat hi- FOLLY in not il ir;

i- t' e GAS r (;crge u-(d ill hi-
'-tc.V'.
- the (HEIGHT of j.y &a'-
ir ,i..:ht to l;i- i 1 :ie.
, ItN- I1NDIA N ; he doe-n't
tu- GAS'.
v-'lirr-t n e it, for J the.
JA(CKASS.
i- t, KI I'C'HE-N wI t r,, G(AS
is th- :tie'l
is t ii IAU'NrDIr Y, tliey'er
bathi of 'tiii c 'el.
i the .M10NEY. Y aved by" a
Gas Rlaig-.
is for NOW, the be-it time for
a chalii*e.
is the OFFER thle Conipatny
linake".
j- the PROFIT, don't make a
mistake.
i-, for QU'ESTION; no ques-
tion at al: !
i-. the RANGE you should
buy before Fall.
is the SAVING yoa nilak'., if
you do.
is the TIME and TROUBLE
saved, too.
i- the I'NION of Comfort
and thrift.
is VEXATION, i.ow cut it
adrift.
i- WISDI)OM ini having ini
Cl1 at 11 e
pl Ii' i 'r,,, IDclars ti buy a

i- for YOl' pilt. as.- .;,-,erve a-
i our ZI':AL, ;o -:pIly ,u
WY :li

sazsseal* WUTUWrr a* aes.
Apples be so divers of form and sub-
stance that It were infinite to describe
them alL Some consist more of alre
then water, as sour puffs called Mala
pulmonea; others more of water then
wind, as sour Castarms and Pomne wa-
ters. To be short, all apples may be
sorted into three kinds, sweet. sure
and unsavory. Sweet apples ease the
cough, quench thirst, cur iielancholly.
comfort the heart and head, specially
if they be fragrant and o.loriferius.
and also give a laudla.'le n.uri;hinint.
Soure apples hinder spiitin'f. straltn
the best, ripe and hurt the stronimch.
increase phllreinl i Vca'kelii ii.mon'Iry.
Sweet ap :*e t-i l''-e eaten at thie
belini!n?; (if 11':it,. Itn s uire andi tart
apl'es at the hltt -r ni 1.. Al apples are
w ,r-t rav. an:' l I -t I ):.l or preserv-
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r':!.- a tf r : l 1 h I .y stri\ -r.l
T io:;i:i Mo;'i ,t i;a !7,75.'
TheP l '.l ii Uh' <'or!cl.
a-






\Ve believe ('':tbnhrraiii'S (',,!u
Rinf idy i- thie bp-t ili t t h orild. A
*-rw weth loI wti re. it' red, dwit!ia
sev-r eri od and a tron hlenp 'oiili
in-it- it t i cur owi l >i i ,r 1;.I r-
we pIi :\-h ed ;i b htl-- -a.,- if it
would atf'evt u-. It c( ri'd-.l i- bhe for'
th.e bottle wea- m1i'-' ti::ian half I-~Pl.
It i--; ,li be-, *i dii n. , : ',,r c.ills
and conIzh-.- -1'l He~r:sil. A ---
vill,, InJ. F al] h Jiv ,.:! h
Iro-.. 2'. j iS. l tafox -tr. .

Furniture on Credit
Mo-. t beautiful lir. *i f -if -' boardi-
"ver shown ill tlh- city. W ard.t, -..,
with l1w'"s donors if every descrip-
tion. frtm the cheapest to the filnet.
RIll-top secretary ca~P~ elegantly
flni-lh d, a fine line of china clo~ets.
auid Pverything contained in a first-
clad- furniture store at 0. M. Pryor's
Bargain Furniture Hou-e.
At C. V Thompson's.
Crane's Ladies' Note Paper, and
Envelopes to match.
Cambridge Linen and Envelopes.
Hurd's Parchment.
Invitation Paper and Envelopes.
Linen Tablets.
Frosted Velum and Envelopes.
English Note; Satin Wove: Ti!.ueP
Paper; Denni-on's Crepp. Etc.. with
Hi general assortment of stationery.
C. V. THoMPSON,
No. 30 South Palafox Stree-t.


GUGENHEIM'S


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Solo Agents for Ceebrated YELLoC- LABEL .-,:
9 ,--other Hioh;'-" ade Wi-'kies.-- -


PROPRIETORS


JUST OPENED.


Niw GE'icr


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and ,i .-i.>: (); .! r- "-rvnd ;t all .,ur-1. 1**1..* l \ -..k!y 1: :-

A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors,
14 EAST GOVERNMENT RTRTET.


Cold Weather
Coming. '.,r .
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toie. (',474vI Y4.u 4eafl ro-'ne-ii pt-
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All High Cut Shoes in iPwe drw ,r ..w,, i- t -o ..-.-, r ., ..e ,.
Germ,& .u r;ii ,. M ri'; italy, Hoillund, -; .*,, c*.ia', i, r.. ,.
M en's, TLadies', M isses'way. mwd ,,. Dei:,:.,. ,no :,.*r r :-.., *. ..-.. .r,.
Children's at reduced w'Vesse! Dt bureed apon dh .'-c, Iave-,.-bi.. T"- ...
Obligpa ioht Takeu Payablei as Pr of Il>s1 .,1nA tsol Ten "r rIf- .
prices. .. **it, vw A. nve .u.nr-.


A Special Sacrifice!

:30 Pairs Ladies' Vici Kid Spring
Heel Button and Lace Shos
for only


$1.25.


REIAUI..AR PRIC(E$2 41.


Don't Miss It s


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?TO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST.

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inly H -r ab-'.!u:e.-y Iree: t 'it n ;Jaii-

Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,
PENSACOLA.
Mi' T*t nn Pnn at rlil onl-nr.


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TRUNKS.


PW3Safety Deposit Boxei for Reszt in Conneotle.i
with whiho we have a Priiatp. Apartiomt for th4 U;.
of Resto.r-



McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.'

MItnfa iers ef aut RNdqW rters for t!e


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,
Colpetk rtit alWs M a ad bak = i cautr.
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* THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1900.


SENATOR VEST CITES

A DEADLY PARALLEL

Rakes a Strong Point Against
Puerto Rican Bill.

BATES SPEAKS ON MEASURE


Ile Oppossev. ITariff (laiu- In BIil-Sen-
ator i~rpt-tv Make, Lengthay 7'ipech
I. ssp...ofi Pending Mieasure IC(-
Iatinjg to l-Iaasd%i.
WVA?!I]N6TO\. April 2. The *-,ate
com%*-neqd at I I t.Ylock toudav in order
that the d-!)at4' .utonVI(-Puerti RJcaunbill
mnip~thr to- 'udd The public gnile-
r-wo vweu' ll crowded.
Mr. o-.t'f Misvjxuri risiuigtoain-
tiii .-f ',invib-pon hi.i returnti, thecity
2ifter an 011 ulL('N4IiUI~t Of illu'ts hladl
91.azd !ha" ts ,lj(- evote 1v, strike 'AW1t th
jrvv i~ t. tht- Pacrt.,,Rican bfijifor ia
durtv .f .-is r.- r:'(f the Dingley dut.k'N
Itv12P h~ti ,. f] .- a ab'-.'t Mlt knd ut
paired. 11 -tat -d ti "t he' had a geu-rtil
faarwhI'. t. inemiglit wa s u~rcieunt.
Lh' 1b.--, ~-ilie wuuld have voted
41Wr .* ~ tL.(dutyV tinl l-uertA

IA'' ii.ea.- inioh he -*Lid had tl
A inl ,, 1t all tilt argarn-nt--. A
-t. r hm;!ut ti H. had mamipped 'on u
4kum-. ii dl it014rkcWT UaUM fn PIrInmNtew York
4"s Sagaxmal .Att IAk-ltttr~ -r T Ii' jhaid
mutrvit-roda .(t teLow scaltum-i~i ,ithe t-
tif- iuuIJ siuiWtJNJ% tti1ana -A*'U-
tftU*D*'4'TVo I'Ath mIV iU C~sullar Cojurt. His
W-1tit4Lve we, c':xax111t-d to inlvrl4fu-
"IFfell f..r lift- in tav New Y,-rk tpeirIt-Il-
IUUt. H11- nud (,Ltat awni iof habt~ap.c- ir-
I=* em h-- ground that ht- had not beem
git.-u a trial Ixy ury, ms visx.ur'd by the*
MA~tl~t~sIn t. reupreilit, (-turt (lde-
c~e~jri- that he L.il had a fair trial and
muup:*rvnmuuua in piriwon ': that in order to
arail hinmself i.r the sight to trial lby
jury Ut- ve'*o-1 must havt- been within
Lber t'.mt',ral lL'uus of the United Statkw.
Mr. Vest Mud it- would like any sena-
trot to explAin how the t&npreme oonrt
v~pld c~ae to that oundinon and irate
*-Dapaatxiiliv that within the trimtory
of tate I flisi~d State. the couteirution ap-
Idie-A without art iof congress.or treaty
ftapulatlon and yrt agnw tam a different
tarnff cmbe iupoeuudan the people uf
Puert-o IRii nfrt-m that kinpused 4maa
Mr. Hata'si Of Tennesqe., after the
Puerto Ric.- biLl had benkid 41f'srtuall,
be'fore the NwiLavi-, ddii'erod bi-i an'-
u,-nmomd sspeeeh ia .,ppwtirion t4o thf,
p-admetingnvamtur.
Mr. Guillwin f..L.w- with ano argu-
mesnt in fav or 'if ttv. twil.
Mr. 1), .4 I'fNt~w Ykork th-u .o
iu f~tiviir *'f4- i Jff t. lot ILLC ing i'inmus-.


POLICEE' (OUILFr.
(43-u.t* 'I wenf,44One (jawe'athe NMator
A-*esed S-d 135.
Thr- ee twetWity--4'le aejs b !e-
f re' %;I'.r l I I :I IIIii h.-lle
P-.mitrt t~h4- :uroni-n% g. f '!Jeith't



ormoue Faulk. ~Rmink-; and [Fred.
W'i.-ye*r. (-fiar.it-( l:wih 'i'-itng a pL.l. e-,
fthere e'(bi.i:amid i mid'v- ixyi' -
firprstited. we~re ''uth Ii 't-ti $1.1
Rosa ~ I tt~i-a if-vd W A'it
cvjaari,,.d witti h1tirri sbsit.
rfooltl, Wa- fj':.t-hl$141.
4 '.hatrl-. ,' t..- -na-am .l u' r !'.
et~arx'-il uwill, I-m ~i! -:~a:
Mamiac hr-oi.iu u, -te chiar-,..'. ita-
--lot Up for' 3)1 a --
Hart-4 Nikt-i ;en za l -2. lln-
-It. whit. -s'-dlitl. c. eilzo-ki Wittl, h -




wertte arev-u ''f tomA' 1inre ethbetNI'- i -
.'jpp valivy we-ttward to tIj-1: 4Io1, kyi
Wdount.4ti-: it tias ("it] ed hit ht.r
'tmp.rat~e .111dld S-net-.' Withiti
it4 tagiat.. anid Clsudilit-Z.- i.i1the
hiBi'stnrik mid Nmrq'epttp arp the
on.v u.':atimimt-i that ro-p'srt frt eiiimg
to-mpt-rattirf-. the' tr"-.t line htavigl
up'v.-d far ntirttmwirci
Pr.'ciplitottioti was4 light atnd seat-
t*-rong amid occurred at only afe
tetatiount.
In this vicinity the- weather will
be fair ttp-neurht with iticri-mAiitvg
cleedin"-su Wednesday-; plea'sanst
tooopo-rature and frv~h southerly
wiind4 will prevail.

Observer.
In akzo-t every neigttbozihood
there to; owmo 'its..whomb life' ha"4
h...'n ORsed ets ('h1.411uherlai[I,!.. Colil1'
Chtiaje miotd [)tart hlI eaR-'fltdy, or J
wflo ha- 11"s-It i tltid (of Chroismi"(it-I
oorr~t'*'a 1stthe' ii-..isVofthat medicine.
fml~fi per "titiiike a p-iitn dt fti-Mhng
Of it wth.-e-vt-r oppisrtunity offe~rs.
lusipinur that t imany be the in..anA 'f
otwit: iz otie.-t'11v#,-; or sale by


Tke nice' anld rmo sf/ -
i k liiec of rug 'and mat-
itinfx erer e.xhibited in IPe '-
xtcola. at lfarston ,'"
Fint h s hi g furniture house.




(.'h,'- ; io Creani Mint Wafer.
If v, ur dealer has tot g ,i the tell
'itmI t< g9t thetlil.

Go to P. W. Smith's
for photos of the war
ships, 7 South Palafox,
&lpha Pharmacy.

e' are Sole Acent- For
'-.r & Allmnan'.. *'has. M. N.
Keller, and Cleveland Wall Paper
C..'. Fine Wall Papers. Full lini
of ,iunl-e. J. F. Reoo & Co. No. 11I
N. Palaf..x. Phone 3,-'. 24f-tf


MiliPf. "t : tb (-lCtE ---
IA IT ID I a 'l fix 'm," said a apitol Hillt
sen when he got his gas bill a couple of
months ago. "Nine dollars and eighty
It hk Pa.Ila Madie. U,37,. chiaff.n,), AM- cents, hey, when we've been out every
sgtrdam, toorder night with the exception of two or
three for the past month! I'll move.
Ai R rVPDi that's all, at the end of the month, but
"r nhraon. Il. n!..-outh shields 'if I don't make that gas meter of mine
vi.. pt Ead. to (iujlf Transi tco
tr as Koddnm. 5i. Flanil. j--noa via work overtime lbtween now and the
Fuc:sl*tl. tdtILfTran-it on day I move it'Lll e helw-:ue I run out
hr -- np'nor, li 1. W11bur, Funchal, tol
w K- .4v- & o of nfltChos. tihat s allt I'li cat uip about
-&$- 40 worth of t gas and then let the darn-
SCL EAKI. ed gas company keep the $3 I've got on
Mr ss Hi nl'ineh n. l l'..I.. hnst"ni by 'en- be1:t1'e1 ,,,
,dtc4,I Lunih,.-- '-" ;, r nL.f Idolh. ) it% I I.I I l: .;:4.
.ft Iu,,,r,ur. *0. it sawn timnbtr, valutil So from that evening on as soon as
lat $.,-," twilight fell the Capitol Hill wan made
AT Q'74RANTIN:. a tour of the house and lit every jet
Pr T Titno. 1i73., PeUail l la an. t from cellar to garret.
i 1u' fTrraauit 'o "I'll teach 'eiii to hunko folks'" hli
W i: K eyIser rUI. Jano., Haburg tt said to himself savagely as he started
Iort bk Elnwlta Elv'ra. (tnncalies, all the burners a-golng.
P'-rnnmhuco to Itiars. I)unw,dv .t C,
tiU->k -mino. 7*i.lJohainssn. \ale;ieia to Along toward the end of the n month
P',nacola Linitber 'o lhoie and his wife plekedl out another
Ntor bk Lipults. t1415. Lorent4s-n. London. to
l' c' a LUAII t r +,house and made arrangements for mov-
-- ing. The Capitol HIill man was de-
THE SHIPPIN lighted when the gas bill read $'.o.
--___ "Thills s one time they won't gouge
VX acLA IVN PORT me'" he shouted exultantly as he dane-
.TAMxSHIPr. edl around with the lhM in his hand.
!: Ariangton...*.,. Knows .--. to ulf Tl( rai-
-t ,to Gulf Three days before the dlay set for
rr I iirsuirno. ,7.i.se'-tt. cd for Fiuin moving his wife was taken ill, and of
Mr **.v,- riui.hriis. :;*i', .fwove, to W I
l.-p.rA v course the moving had to h' declared i
hr 'tIlro ii*.i. Btinbli, :.,', to W s Ke- off. She is only now convalescing. The
N',r .ta, H0 1ru. to iaals, Daunwody Capitol Iill man paid the S..:..i), and
&Co his friends are now telling him the
.1i .oh.nton. d for story about the man who rolbed his
..Hdz own trunk.-Washington Post.


''u~an~u. .... DtrCrirnan. to M, 1,
Nor tc jltoi~c. o1
Vo) er
BARKS.
A TwlftAccatisl-. '!. Lat.tto, W 1. Wit-
tt li & k40
t,,-dehn-fl1h itk. 7'* -n.itMr, to f laars.
iU n wgxS(13& t pin
it.Bert-aulthsre. pi11WCo'.ts. cid for G-rioa
Nornirt Aro-'slt. $*;,,.Eveti!-n,fl toll If Boyezr
It Cognati. %21, i'auttt-nole, to IAit,&co
Nor conc'irdia. 't2S. Salvor-'ii. to order
it LDuec u.~sts, 117. Lartr.'r tt, to order
Sw-d IDharwar, 1:!7!. Lutittrall. eld forHt.
Pter.rburg
Nor Eiove-.zr. AIIJer'-'--. to ord.'r
Nosr Fri..gx 71. %% iet-t. I 'unkt-o, to order
Nor 0(mit. :N".; t-ar-n, to orde-r
%.,.r Iimdis. tn72. J'-sa-.i'j to 6ulf Navai
Xttoreo 'Co
It Luigi& F. 41. Car&%-a. to W hKey'er&
co
Nor Merrmpore. 1t7:i. Johiiion. tto Baars.
I )U 11V6. dy &t C
%,-r %,.rf. l'4x. )tikke-st-pi, .to Pensacola
Lumber Co
N'or Pttifect,iC, Larsen, to W 8~ Keyser
& C~O
It"t Rofin wrra. It,%. Rozzo. t o ltosanco rt c
N or Sigrid, 649. Hauan. to Pat t ersoin. tDoun-
Ing & Co
~..r hul 31:1. Sit pI'-tr~en. to.-'rder
It Trevito. luird, Oards-all1. cid for Marseilles
A711 V-dazeId. 7 i Ickt-r, to EL 8auta.
derv. i&Co
It V-n.-itan."i15, iarrari. toftars, Dun-
%t53&i'


(icr 1-Wy. 473. Mastmi., to orde-r
srHitO4 RKHS.
A it% Fiorenr.- I rt-adioh. r%,57,1Lank, to J no
A Merritt
Amtii'outfa Cbriistint.ii. Uc').d for Beltiz-
d%. sit Fis%%tA HKits-Ic. -!. .JB'1oni.o tti u) mste-r
%Isii i-I alniar. 7.5. Ax- 14m, cist aint -r
1'.r-.1 1!,&.aE Ii !&lht "5 '. A et I! anS., to sIII -
te-r


l'r IMabl el.iarling,. 1!1. iobert-. to nma-t-r
CP. CLEARED AND I AILED FO rFEN-
ALUOLA.
BrtAMSH IPR.
',,''rvn. No';-. -Ii ManciheI't-r .March 7
.n-'ni i nt1 tv-r-nti 1. Br. 17:.' h u;l AMi'o 'll 1-,
1 'ii.t r n-f l,. rt.,,,i*. tit Harry. Jatn s
H i-triii). Ni,. I.fW 4>l'-n. Antwrp, .lan J "
1It .,, >r. 1; ".1, tX cK'tH lt'o -,
tl.. gT,%n'l. Nor, .', H ia.liesen, (riiatsbty

1: 111. 'S i i., .. H; : .-v . ,, -nl-:.| .Mirch '
;.' * Ail, li'. -.-,iI. har!,';oi t nlchMii-at.:
T'i v av ta:H. H14;. ll. W.ttt. arttid Rot-
,* i ultii l >e' ;'
I v r- tn., Hr. ,;-',R22. tert on. G ( no .lan M.
k, I ,h'I ,il. hI H i ', a. i- ap Antwrp Mitr-l>h 2
/;i\.i. 1,i Br. -I1 4wanst lie F't .;
\ ,, '-tr- ifo 'sitdi!ln tr 2,, .'A

lI ": .h ti It. d M .r-e ll.s .Jai I ''
A ,. ,,o, a >r ,i 7. -!hl \nt% .rlj.' lI-I II
.A.I w. -P.i(l. '. I V I'.oi tv U- .- 1-'
If --.o I I -' li ti' sn Fet 17
I. 1 it. ld. N r.r. 'Id l ,-t-rI Mt Iarch I,
t uII .,'o"ito. 1 1. i'II, -;'1 ('ln st l;* l1 .l s or -.1
C'ii-.'fttin. l u .;V :. t l ita!,ln:. .-w -ii dlcli f Jan I
Eit'tr "' itni r.7rk-Jelvtl. Nor.'"4., at Antwerp
leC II
r rt! (.t-thv Iuti-. ,r m l ii'-,irnr t :''I 7
i,'U .-im. It. ,7.-. -Id Valorici sN1t M arcih 1
oi-'al it. -4t-'.. dlI apel-l e< *t, 12., ashore
Nos i l near Port R'>nl
I l-r. Nor. -itI PI 'I t oit n i'c A11
i.m -ttlle t al to ., It. ..is. ti ld (toniA
March 'a
K-nt*-.erti. N,,r. 7tm, 1.1- 4ltickstadt MMarch 7
IItohntn Irg.-t Nor. lN v lhirits,.t n -aud Nov 11
Johisiin-, NSr. 1,1 Tronhurg I.l c 0
MIari:I Msrar'ethi', Swe-d, s aL Cape Town
MSticlie r. It.qld <(nia MMarch 24
Mftrc'el', It. ld Handiurg. Nov -
M.-lu-lti. tu". tlo'. .-1d tsharOe- Feb'h :'
IMofnto A. It. 7 t. dld Mar.etIll-s oMarch 3
S lItaf, Ilh t. a d La Pall ,- i 4 et*!:'
Pitnl--r. (Cer. lIte. St London M-drch I1
Pr<-ifetor John-en, Nor, Ian, sid Bristol
F-h 27
Itachelle I'. It. rWt2, old Me Mr.llle A Ftlh -7
Ri-tw, Ipat. 4414. at Habia Jan u '
$t"llt H, It. ,.l, at I.a Plata. Nov I'd
Va.uta. Nor. %ta I.with Mcb 10
\V rginma, It. sid Modira, I'ebtl
Too Lou to Walt.
"If yon will get my new suit done by
Saturdayy" nail n customer to a tailor.
"I'll be forever indebted to you."
"If thint's your game," replied the
tailor. "tthe clothlies will uot be done at
all."-Indiaiuapolis Journal.
Philadelphia. IBaltimore nnd Waqh-
in.:t'i are retil brick citIes, red brick
I .'n1. til. pr'doiiilnntin. building ma-
ttrial. In i\Vishliin;ton tlie sameness is
r44livi\', 1 th,, raniiite, public buildings
:.nd l;i: mr'l' business structures.
No Right to U'glineis.


Tl:h women who is lovely in face.
for ,l a nd temper will alway-shave
fn im-1,t. but oti who woul'1 hhe iat-
trictive, mu-t 1eep her health. If she
i-. weak. sickly and all run down. she
wil be niervouo and irritable. If -he
ha-z eon.-tip:iti-n or kidney trouble.
,er lnipure bltd will cause pimple,.
Iblotche-. -kiAil erup:iins anitd
wretched compilexi.ml. Electric Bi'-
t,.r-t .i t!Ve h --t medicine ini t i'e
world to r,-,.-nl te .stontcl:th. liver :aini
kidneys and to purify the blood. It
give- -trolg nerve l. l)right eye..
-mnooth. vt Ivety -kin, rich complex-
tion. It wIll make a gooitl-lookin.'.
charlniil t W -ai;II of i rnil-down ii -
valid. Only .F cint at W. A. D'Al-
etlibt-r'te.

Iron bedsteads are cool.
comfn,,rt.abc a nd durable-
jutst what you need for
summer use. Call at fars-
'on Finch's and select
one.
Siubcrihe to TH, T KN:ws only Its
cernt, per we--k.


Cohen, Friedman & Cos's Eno,;T.
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--@Racket Store.@-



A Pronounced Successz

....Is the Verdict of tile People!


The Great Selection in Our Mam-

moth Stock in Ladies' Shirt

Waists, Dress Goods, Silks

and Organdies is Unsurpassed.



19 Our ffilliriry D part rt


We have been Complimented by

all Ladies of the Varied Selec-

tinns w e are Shnowing them in


Danny Lied. WA,,- W-,6% VV "sa -,-- V& --S a

rockerss off. gota Jobn ill stla Ladies', Misses' and Children's
office for hi. chunI lI:rry. Diarnny set
himself the task of making I-Hiarry a p-
lp''ar to tIll' best :ilvantag.- d(i4li4g the T. c
i proi!:it: n:iry w'erio of hiis job. antid be
. f cinl] it l'lcessary s4iinctiliits to use
mfentais Ih that twr, only ju:stilth! Iby the

E'etry tf':ernoon iinniy ha l to run
with miessa;z's from (mie ofil the ex-
changes to the ottlie. a distance of half
a mile. When Harry came. Danniy had D a Mn
to "break him in" to do this. The first Bristlesit
day that hlie made the trip from the
exchange Harry staggered into the of- Styles in Ladies' Misses' and
flee. gasping, with his eyes starting n sse
from lis bead. For a moment he Ohildren's Footwear. See
couldn't speak. The broker looked at
him astonishment nnd snht: oPrices in Show W window.
"You ran pretty fast, didn't you? W
How long did It take?"
"Four minutes and 17 seconds." Har-
"That's pretty good tinie," said the
bro ker.
lay m ,nut ,rdte CLOTHING DEPA RTMENT!

day in a minute and a quarter."-New
York Conmmercial Advertiser.
Fresh at V. J. Vda. We just received a Nice Line of Men's
Fresh Shrimp at V. J. Vidal's.
Phone I.4. iand Boys' Shirts of the Latest Patterns; also
Go to P. W. Fmitb's for Neckwear and Men's Underwear at astonish-
Photos of the warships. 7 ingly low prices.
8 P-lafox, Alpha Phar-

HaveYour P tin The Finest Selection of Carpets,

and Paper Hringing done by nip-.to- Mattings and W indow Shades.
(dlte people, in l.n l ip-to-d(at style.
by patronizing J E. Rc.s- & Co.. No.
Ii N. Palafox. Phon, ,S-. 24f-tf YOl'RS ANXIO'.S TO PLEAS.E.

/furi'n n "tw'e in sit inier *COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.*.-
stiyles, including } 'icker
riocklers, aft vere! r.ason.able 8MAIL ()RI)EtNS FI,I,EII) Ar ()N(:.
prices. Their stock is comrn- i
pletc. Don't buy anything WRIGHT CO(I)PANY,
in furniture until you hive :-.
seen .Marston J-' Finch's \ i/ I, F. N,A. I,, K-A'., IN.>I lA .IN
stock.


Room Mouldings
in all shade,- plain an fancy. at J.
E. Ross & Co's., No. 11 N. hPalafox
Pholle 82. -f-tt


LUMBER, LATHS,

SAVED CYPRESS SHINGLEl--Klin-Driei Saps
PENSACOLA. FLA.


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t'it ;'u rt'iat, eA ;e r uani-ia: ain, t
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York.

F O 4A[i->-uou.g'1.al.
Vail&id men at Pen...,I
s~tore. corner 4jrkeg.,ryarit PsJ..!

14'4R K4.F-Ift,-.a r- for
flcs'. with dio'd oil r--t
tablea. aers-ars''% laotts 1, 1inm I 1:
road threat nails-Nro)ni tht-
1,4nd runs oall griilt @,Ie'f vA
road. iovoid %nil si platil,.1 s
farm or -stuhurhaa h..tvsi. .Pr.'
4) k. Will 9eseiigae- .. m i' t%' .

p4 t itm.~; r-.s '-
icold ',n s-a'.! tv-Itit-. Ailqi at a '
4'. waiit-insiA IV.
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W whisky bottlen.. A.fz.'n
novftf
WANTEL'-Old beer bottles at a's

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its fitt term in thte t-tti,
nor of Paltapifoix and j54 a......
tranc- on .laekbon. 1vrnvinl -:
evil
14 ALE AND PEMALP, -i-I
; conrorCb~et~andq leall-ko %;-.
pare, for "lollgoorhbslutiie-' .)-i,"
dell.lprlowpol. Night teirm b.wic-


Ftr ImWFKAi anad Fli'r..I -
( 'hrpecli'ide'.tlnnq ordssro.4 I..,
Mims. Violette Stortno. let
pbotie 3--.


14iA'WKEUI rfI es viaLe.-
in tW)UI.ieu.. "o
pbone W9.


* WEE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR'It


Drees Goods,


Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings; also Ladies' and Misses' Slippers.


27-inch Zephyr (iinhatmi-, oiur
pi ice .......... ............. . 1 tI .
36-inch Spring Percales, our
price ....................... 'c
;3-inch Very sheer White La{wn.
our price................. .. ..c. .
27-inch ('heck Nainsook, mor
p rice .......................... .*
;:i-inch Wiiite and ( 'olorev
Pique, our pri .. -----.......... ... c
:-iI inch White Corded Pitiuie,omir
price .......................... 15<-
:kl-inch Solid and Whliti+ Duck.
our price............... ..... . It .
I Yard-WideZ Sa I-lanid ('Ctt-,n
a t ............................ -"


Calicoes


Dorncstics


AT THE OLD PRICE.


No Advance'.


S'ham d-widc I'litVchivi 1ceh
wihi. it la-:;;--------------....
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Io 4 ht i i'' rt. He-;ivy. ;it.......13 .c
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andi Sh lit Wa tiA- 11,r'it rices-arm Uth-
fi.)wr--t -i- mtIa


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